Katey, you may think we sip the sweet milk of God's Word for ages, before we grow up enough for the next step. But once we are weaned, it is time to go beyond, to spend time in studies with the Father as our teacher. His school is firm and strict. Because He loves us. … Continue reading The Katey Papers – 6
I wish I could know if your questions were for “maybe someday” or if you are actually experiencing real danger. There is such a huge difference. If you think your husband might soon kill you or your child, you must get yourselves out of danger and seek guidance from strong Christians in your area. Let … Continue reading Tired, Alone, and Scared Half to Death.
How quickly solitude can flip, can convert to loneliness! No one else you know has just delivered a baby, at your age, right? Where can you find support? No one else you know lives with quite such a quarrelsome husband, right? To whom would you dare confess? You are not all alone, though, if you … Continue reading Tired and All, All Alone.
This week’s posts answer several questions from a dear woman in a wrenching situation. I answered her immediately and privately, awhile back. Recently postpartum with her first child, she wonders about the effects of her wounded and out-lashing husband. She wonders if it would be better for the baby to live without a dad. Here … Continue reading Tired. Dog tired.
I never really thought much about hope, until I had to define it for my kids. Preferring that they memorize Scripture with at least some grasp on what it means, though, I had to explain the difference between faith and hope to them. I seldom look up a word, making sense of it from its roots, its … Continue reading Hoping Against Hope