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24
Feb
2013

Right Where I Am: Finding Treasure in the Ache

Written by: shannon  |  Found in: Gratitude, Mark's accident, Parenting, Adoption & Infertility, Worship  |  62 Comments »
"Right Where I Am" (chalkboard)

“Will I ever find Mr. Right?” “Why can’t my husband and I get pregnant?” “Why am I still unemployed?” “Why do I continue to battle with illness?” “Why did I experience such a painful childhood?” “Why did my marriage fail?” Maybe you have uttered one of these questions—or another one entirely.  I know I have.  […]

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25
Jun
2012

Don’t forget your pain…

Written by: shannon  |  Found in: General, Parenting, Adoption & Infertility  |  33 Comments »
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I was leading worship at a conference in upstate New York about a month ago, and on Saturday evening I did a special concert for the ladies.  Interspersing my testimony in the midst of songs I have written, I shared the story behind my song “In the Waiting.”  I told the story of our 10 […]

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06
Sep
2011

Blind Steps of Obedience

Written by: shannon  |  Found in: Growing in the Lord, Parenting, Adoption & Infertility  |  2 Comments »
feet on boardwalk

When I look back on several major decisions in my life, I realize that God has asked me (or I’ve been crazy enough!) to step out in blind obedience.  When I moved to Dallas, TX to attend Christ for the Nations after graduating from high school, I never even visited the school first.  I just […]

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17
Aug
2010

Kindergarten Day 1

Written by: shannon  |  Found in: Parenting, Adoption & Infertility  |  1 Comment »
"Will You Swing with Me?"

Just hours ago my husband and I took our son Christian to his first day of kindergarten.  Strangely, these last few weeks leading up to this day I haven’t had a lot of wrestling or emotion about it.  And believe me, if there was unearthed emotion to be found, I would’ve dug it up.  I […]

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