I’d be lying to you if I said I’ve never dealt with anxiety or depression. It’s something that I have only learned how to cope with through the grace of God and His mercy. There were moments in my infertility struggle that I felt like I was alone. There were times of loss when I felt like all hope was gone. But, through God amazing grace, I’ve been able to push through those troubling times.
Being a mother has been one of the biggest blessings that I’ve ever gotten to experience in my life. Alongside that, It’s also been the toughest. Moms, we can go on and on about the list of things that makes life just a little bit more complicated and stressful when it comes to being a wife and mother. But that’s not what I’m referring to when I say “toughest.”
I always like to say that I may not have all the luxuries and may not have all the wealth in this world, but God has always provided me everything that I need to live and serve Him. If that’s all I ever have, then that’s enough for me. Everything else is just a bonus that I don’t deserve but was mercifully given.
I’m going to talk about something very controversial today. Here’s the thing. When we talk about women being homemakers, stay at home moms, or not having a 9 to 5 job, we see it as something unacceptable.
Comparing Yourself to others and why God says you shouldn’t. Personal Battle with Comparing If you haven’t read my blog about depression and life with infertility, I’d love for you to go check it out. I remember while going through that tough time in my life I use to compare myself to everyone around me. […]
A Pastor’s Wife and her journey to the ministry. Leaving School, Going to God Right after High School, the Lord saved me. After suffering because of my personal mistakes, God gave me a chance to do things right. I began to search for God more. I spent a whole week in revival services in San […]