Storm season has begun for the United States and sometime it is hard to have this season. Yet it is by God’s grace He can bring you through it and it can be an amazing story that glorifies God.
Today is Five minute Friday where bloggers come together to write on one topic. Each week it will be a different prompt. Each week we write for five minutes not […]
Skirts have changed over many years, centuries and eras. Yet do they reflect what your families values and core beliefs are?
Bumps in the road and recovery.
Moving forward after your disaster
A Letter to the Survivor
I began writing the hope journey blog after the Joplin Tornado destroyed my childhood home. I never even realized how much the stories would touch my readers lives, and […]
It now our turn to pray for those who have been hit by the recent tornadoes. Yet for those who are not a Midwest native, tornadoes happen during the spring, and […]
Grace and survivors. Lots of words but big acts in one little sentence. Grace, is something that we as Christians need to give to survivors no matter where they are […]
Ordinary days are long gone from a survivor during the first few days months and sometimes years to a survivor of a natural disaster. They have a lot to […]
Dear Colorado Survivors, I know that things have been very difficult for you and your families. Many of you have lost many dear keepsakes and treasures. Many of you […]
Dear Storm Survivor, What a ride it has been since you have embarked on this journey. The journey I know it has not been easy, especially this first year. […]
As I venture into the unknown territory with this week’s posts about Modesty and the survivor of Natural disasters. This can seem rather difficult with a survivor. Some are teens, […]
Restore Moore/Restore Joplin As many of you know in the past 2 years two towns have been devastated by two EF5 tornadoes. Moore and Joplin. These cities are coming together. […]
This the street, facing westward toward Kansas. The Hope journey was originally intended for the struggles of one who has gone through the Disaster and has been through a lot. […]