This week has been great. On Tuesday I took a virtual course that I’ve been preparing for in a while. It was totally worth it. I love the lessons I took from that. Ewuraba is able to sit without support now and she finally likes her pacifier. This week she’s taken some purée. She’s tried apple, carrots, and potatoes so far, and loves clementines and grapes too. Her excitement when we bring our meals to the dining table also makes us smile. We know she’s totally so ready for some solids.

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Last year started off great for me. I returned from serving as a full time missionary of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. I finally reunited with friends and family after 18 months. I loved my missionary service and enjoyed the opportunity to serve and bring others unto CHRIST.

Few months after my return, I got married to one of the kindest gentlemen I know. As someone who enjoys children and family life, I wanted to be pregnant the next month after our wedding. I prayed for it, fasted for it, channeled my thoughts and energy towards this goal. But things took a slightly different turn.

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“but make me thereof a little cake first”

The widow at Zarephath
The widow of Zarephath

This is an extraordinary story of faith and dedication, selflessness, and a deep trust in the LORD and His servants. In the seventeenth chapter of 1 Kings, the story is told of the widow who lived in Zarephath.  The LORD asked Elijah to go to Zarephath saying that He had commanded a widow in that city who’ll sustain him. The widow of Zarephath was visited by the Prophet Elijah in her time of great need and near hopelessness. The Prophet knew that her living conditions were hard but he also knew that the GOD that had sent him was a God of truth and miracles.  Continue reading ““but make me thereof a little cake first””

“…and her countenance was no more sad”

Hannah in the Temple

In the first Chapter of the first Book of Samuel, an extraordinary story is told of a woman whose faith is deeply moving and worth emulating. As a woman who couldn’t bare children, Hannah was mocked at and yet she remained steadfast, and rather cast her burdens upon the LORD! Continue reading ““…and her countenance was no more sad””

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