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Psalm 23:4c
Psalm 23:4c

Several years ago when my son Jacob was around five years old we were riding in the car and I asked him to roll up his window. He was quiet, then asked, "Mom, how do I roll a window?" I didn't understand his question at first, then I realized the phrase I used is out...

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Psalm 23:4b
Psalm 23:4b

Let's just be honest. There is plenty to fear right now. And, I admit, I have struggled at times this week. The bad news isn't just on the news anymore. It's encroaching and getting personal. People I know are losing their jobs, they're struggling with tensions in...

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Psalm 23:4
Psalm 23:4

David began his Psalm reflecting on the joys of green pastures, quiet waters, and right paths. It suddenly feels like he's taken a hard turn as we suddenly find ourselves in a dark valley. Wait! Can't we just stay in the green pastures by the quiet waters? Where I...

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Psalm 23:3b
Psalm 23:3b

Without looking it up, do you know the name of your great great grandmother or grandfather? If you do, I'm willing to bet you're in the minority. Which tells me that I'm likely just a few generations away from my name being forgotten. And, so is yours. I know what...

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Psalm 23:3
Psalm 23:3

A few months ago I was on the phone with one of my sons as he was telling me about a difficult disappointment he was experiencing that day. As he was describing the setback, I started to think through how I was going to respond. What words of encouragement and...

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Psalm 23:2-3
Psalm 23:2-3

I can relate to David. There is nothing quite like being near a body of water to refresh my soul. Toes in the sand, eyes on the sea, lungs full of salt air, and I am restored. Once again, we are gifted with beautiful imagery. "He leads me beside quiet waters." A good...

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Hello

I’m Amy

It is my hope and prayer that the messages and words Jesus shares through me will empower others to see His hand in their lives- even when, or especially when, they feel forgotten, cast aside, or broken beyond repair. It would be my highest honor if you would like to join me along this journey.