The Worrisome Slave

By: Carrie Vipperman I’m convicted of something I had let into my life recently, and it wasn’t pretty. It’s a monster that eats away at your joy, your peace, your ability to see all that you have to be thankful for, and so much more.   This monster enslaves you, as all sin does.  Worry.  You probably don’t instantly think of worry as a sin, …

The Best Path

You know a true friend when you can text her only 24 hours in advance and say, “I have the flu. Can you take this Sunday’s blog post?” While I was in bed, she took care of three children, meals, laundry and pulled off today’s amazing post. Carrie Vipperman….I love you. (Carrie and her husband, Vip). ——————————– “It’s been an …

On Mount Moriah: Entrusting our Children to God

Carrie Vipperman has done it again. Written straight from the heart on an issue that will stir us in the core of our being. No matter what the mountain looks like that you are currently scaling, this post will challenge and inspire. Thanks, Carrie.   ——————— I have a sweet, spunky, extremely girly, completely fearless, two-year-old girl named Moriah Faith. About a …

Your Way Was in the Sea

I’m super excited about today’s post. Carrie Vipperman has guest posted for us before, but something about today’s post spoke specifically to you. Pretty sure it will grant you fresh insight as well.   Thanks, Carrie, for sharing from your heart. These aren’t just words, this are what E.M. Bounds calls “spiritual unction!” ——————-     “I don’t remember the exact …

Flashlight Tag and Comparison

  Carrie Vipperman joins us at Hungry For More again today. I love her depth of spirit and perception, especially as she seeks the Lord. Thanks Carrie for reminding us of what is really important.   ———————- “But, Mo-o-o-m, his headlamp BLI-I-NKS!!”   Just like that, all the joy that my little girl had felt from our time playing as a family …

What Comes Out of You, Comes Out of Them.

  Carrie Vipperman continues her post on leading your children through grief when you are going through it yourself.    If you missed yesterday’s post, get caught up before continuing so that you won’t miss any of this vulnerable and rich topic.    ________________________ Dependence on God isn’t always as intense or painful as my miscarriage.     Over the …