For those who read with their ears…
If a brisket sizzles in Austin, but you’re not there to eat it—does it still make your mouth water? – Reagan K Reynolds
Too much has happened since my last post to fully catch you up on the transitions. The short of it is that at the same time that I launched into homeschooling my children, my family sold our beautiful home in Wake Forest and lived in transition for a while in that beautiful small town for a while, and then we packed up and moved to the most oxymoronic city in the South—Austin, Texas.
- If a brisket sizzles in Austin, but you’re not there to eat it—does it still make your mouth water?
- Let’s talk about reading the Bible in context and why you should stop being a lazy reader
- Passive vs. Active Reading of Scripture: Ignite a passion for the Bible
- Scripture as Authority: My search for a solid foundation
- Jesus & EMDR Therapy: A testimony of healing from post-traumatic stress disorder
- Wrestling with The Sovereignty of God in Delayed Healing
- Five Ways to Mourn with Those Who Mourn, or How to Not Be a Person Who Scatters
- Jesus holds me to the Rock: A reflection on self-righteousness in my Christian journey
- When Prayers for Miracles Disappoint, followed by A Prayer for the Weary Soul
- For This Girl from the Bible Belt: This One Realization Changed Everything