God is in the French Fries

I’m getting ready to head out the door to go on another road trip (seriously one of my favorite things ever), so today’s post may be shorter than normal.  I haven’t written posts ahead this month and have really just gotten up each morning to write them for the most part, so please excuse the chaos.  I dearly hope you’re intrigued by the title of this post because it’s one of the best ones I’ve come up with so far (in my humble opinion).

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A Mint Chocolate Word from God

We have a couple of freezers at my house.  One sits inside, in the kitchen.  It is easily accessible to me in my everyday life when I need food.  Another sits out in the garage; it’s further away and I don’t use it as often.  It’s simply not convenient.

Ice cream was on sale at our local grocery store this week.  My mom called to see what flavors we wanted, and my dad and I answered.  I requested mint chocolate chip, but my dad insisted we already had that.  I argued.  I didn’t see it.  I checked the freezer again.  “See?!” I pointed out.  “I can’t find it.  We don’t have it.”   Continue reading “A Mint Chocolate Word from God”

Not Going Back

In Sunday school the other weekend, my class and I were talking about the advances in technology over the past 100 years: about how people used to ride in horses and buggies, then cars and airplanes and space shuttles.   Continue reading “Not Going Back”

Life Verses Part Four

Welcome back! I hope you all had a good weekend.  Today on the blog I’m continuing my “Life Verses” series.  Each installment chronicles a different verse that ministered to me during a season of my life, so be sure to read parts 1, 2, and 3 first.  Continue reading “Life Verses Part Four”

Road Trippin’ Part 4

I went on a road trip this past weekend towards a destination I had mixed feelings about. I didn’t know what it was going to be like when I got there and I was mostly afraid of the unknown. We were traveling through the countryside and I was praying as we went along. As I looked out the window I saw rows and rows of crops–corn, I believe–growing. From a distance, it all looked to be one big, intimidating mass of growth–no beginning, no ending, just growth and growth and growth and it was easy to get scared at the vastness of it. Continue reading “Road Trippin’ Part 4”