Miracles: healing blind Bartimaeus

The Story Bartimaeus sat on the side of the road begging for anything that someone could spare. He was known as the bling beggar. Outcast, unwanted, and often rebuked. He begged and begged as people walked by him as though they were blind too and didn't see him. Until one day, as He left Jericho, … Continue reading Miracles: healing blind Bartimaeus

Miracles: the bleeding woman 

The streets are crowded with people. They stagger slowly as they continue to follow Him, the man claiming to be the Savior. There's no room to walk, barely room to breath, everyone wants to follow and hear the man they call Jesus. She's desperate to see him, to touch him, to receive his healing. There's … Continue reading Miracles: the bleeding woman 

He’s in the waiting 

If you've been around W&W for a while, you'll know I've been in about a year and a half long waiting season. Waiting for a job. Waiting for a husband. Waiting, waiting, waiting. I know this is something I speak of often, and for that I am sorry, but my goal with WW is to … Continue reading He’s in the waiting 

5 songs for the mourning

I'm sure we have all heard about the tragedy that shook Manchester England. I am honestly just broken and overwhelmed at the thought of innocent lives being once again shed and taken. I know it is hard to understand tragedies and death but I do know this: God is standing by us and holding us. … Continue reading 5 songs for the mourning

5 songs for the joyful

A few weeks ago I shared 5 songs for the weary and I really loved that post because those were songs that had really touched my heart and lifted me up out of the valley. However, not all seasons are seasons of weariness and struggle. We tend to focus on the bad and forget the … Continue reading 5 songs for the joyful

When waking up to tragedy becomes the norm… 

Another morning, another time I wake up to find my social media flooded with reports and headlines telling me that tragedy has struck our world once again. Before I'm even out of bed I see photos and videos of scared, dazed people running around a smoke filled building-sometimes with blood all over them. To be … Continue reading When waking up to tragedy becomes the norm…