Category Archives: Wilderness Living

Moving through a chronic illness with my Heavenly Father.

Wilderness Living (4)

I think I’m a “runner” – like Jonah in the Bible. He was the prophet that got swallowed by a whale (or a big fish of some kind) when the Lord tasked him to go to Ninevah. God wanted Jonah to warn the people in that city that He … Continue reading

Posted in Wilderness Living | 1 Comment

Wilderness Living (3)

Being ill these past seven months has been humbling. My most recent experience with humility happened just a couple of nights ago.  Please understand that humility has never been a familiar virtue for me. I have never experienced much of that in my … Continue reading

Posted in Wilderness Living | Leave a comment

Wilderness Living (2)

“It’s tough when you feel entitled to something just because you exist! That’s my problem with having 66 years of good health now compromised over the past seven months. Do I still feel that way? Yep! The last seven months … Continue reading

Posted in Wilderness Living | Leave a comment

Wilderness Living (week 1)

 “To Thee, O Lord, I lift up my soul.” My journey through this illness (2012-2013) has had some interesting parallels with the Psalm 25 Journey I did in 2011.  Both journeys are all about spiritual growth, althought that is now … Continue reading

Posted in Wilderness Living | 1 Comment