All you need to know about Special Needs and the Church: my post-it note manifesto

I am a dreamer. And I am sick of dreaming in silence. Here it is. My thoughts written for the world to see. I believe God could lay this in the hands of someone who can make this happen. I also believe that this could go no where. Anyway, it is with faith in whatever God wants  I write.

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A parent’s perspective on going to church

Hello world…

I have been MIA on my blog…story of 2012. Not because I have nothing to say, but because I never have the time to say it.  I have been avoiding writing because I am holding out thinking I am going to catch up.  The last post was from August.  Since then, we have moved into our new home and time continues to push us into the next month.  I wanted to get pictures up of September-January before I started writing in real time again but two computer crashes later…I haven’t. Oh well, right?!

2013 has been a good year so far. I think a theme in my life these last two months has been, “what now?” “The house is complete, God what do you want to do with our story, our life?”  I catch myself thinking about my life mission.  “God, what have you called me to do? Where do I invest my energy and time beyond the never-ending task of motherhood and housekeeping?”  I miss the diagnosis days. I miss being overwhelmed with passion to write.  Desperate for the Lord to meet me in every moment and every day.  I don’t want to have the pain and sadness, but I want the peace that surpasses all understanding that came out of it.

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