I Trust You God – But Where’s My Rent? (Part Four)

If you missed the previous blog, click here! The summer of 2016 I ran into so many roadblocks financially! I had been working a temporary assignment that began in February and was supposed to become a permanent position. However, so much craziness occurred and the assignment ended after only three months, at the end of …

I Trust You God – But Where’s My Rent? (Part Three)

If you missed the previous blog, click here! I saw supernatural provision in many forms my first nine months in Albuquerque. There were several times where food that I was eating simply didn’t deplete. I remember in particular a pack of tortillas that I never seemed to make a dent in and a $1 bottle …

The Walk Home

….knowing him doesn’t automatically erase the pain and the fright, the trouble and the struggle, but …knowing him makes it more than bearable, …even in the hard places there is beauty found in his presence, in his companionship. Knowing that sometimes the path seems blocked, the way seems uncertain and fraught with peril, but all those things don’t mean God isn’t still in the thick of it all with me.

When You Zag Instead of Zig

One day God …. [told] me he was going to ask me to step off of the path… Okay, Okay, … but the moment it came to take the action … My flesh REVOLTED! …I stood on the edge of a worn gravel path, spirit willing, flesh stiff with resistance. It sounded so simple – step off of the path, sure, okay Lord, I’m ready, then he said, NOW and all of me freaked out and went rigid.

Leaving in the Broad Daylight – Action (Part Two)

Tossing my mattress was another reality check. What was I doing? “God, do you know how much mattresses cost?” I asked. I literally asked God if he’d done this fathering thing before…Talking about trust and believing God and taking a leap of faith is all good and well, but walking it out and putting your mattress into the dumpster is another thing!