Testimony: A new daughter

Continued from Testimony: My Ministry. In 2012, I reached a low point. My weight was piling on quickly and soon I was well above 400 pounds again. My friend Mike shared his concerns that I was dealing with depression. I sought professional help. Part of my depression stemmed from loneliness. I started to break out…

Testimony: My Ministry

Continued from Testimony: Sisters. And I heard the voice of the Lord saying, “Whom shall I send, and who will go for us?” Then I said, “Here am I! Send me.” Isaiah 6:8 ESV Since leaving the pastorate in 2006, I can count on one hand the number of times I have been asked to…

Testimony: Sisters

Continued from Testimony, Part V. It was a sad day in the Jones household in the late 70s. My mother returned from the hospital. She was greatly saddened. She cried all the time. Dad, who often traveled for his job, was gone and I was too young to understand how to console Momma. All I…

Testimony, Part V

My father is a testament to caregiving. I have never met someone so generous and kind, loving and giving as my father. I will never be able to live up to that example.
My mother cherished him right back.
But she was dying, a slow, long, terrible death.

Consultant Fees, Part II

How did that man have so much power as to force DHS to move me against my will?
What had I done wrong?