image          Hi! I’m Mary.  In this blog, I’ll be sharing what Lord has taught me.  I have had the privilege of walking with the Lord since before my fourth birthday. I grew up in Baptist churches, went to a Presbyterian college, and now go to a church that pursues the presence of God and doesn’t fit neatly into any description I have encountered.  Each of these environments challenged and changed me. Each left sacred imprints of His heart on mine.

One of the best gifts my dad gave me was his response when I asked him about a secondary doctrine. I knew what my church taught, and what he believed, but I needed more.  He didn’t tell me what to believe, he pointed me to the scriptures and God Himself. Over the years, I actually came to a different conclusion than he did about that particular secondary doctrine.   I’m not sure that was quite what he expected, but I will always be thankful to him for teaching me how to seek, rather than how to parrot his own theology.  This has helped me to dig deeply into the scriptures and our Father’s heart and grow.

I never planned for this blog to be about suffering, but this season has been a challenge.   So I write about how Holy Spirit meets me right here in the dark. After all, who needs a Christianity that doesn’t work down here in the nitty gritty of everyday life?  Not me, and I bet not you, either.

My prayer is that if I must suffer, that my suffering will ease yours, as so many others’ stories and experiences of God meeting them in sorrow have eased my own pain. I believe His redemption will make this dark place light, and heal me body, soul, and spirit. He makes all things new.

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  1. So happy to read this, Mary. Trust in our Heavenly Father – and His plans for our daily life is what this walking in the Light is all about. Can’t wait to read more.

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  2. Okay I can’t help but blubber when I read about your relationship with Christ. Even watching the way you worship, soak, and pray with God spins my head right around and casts my gaze back to Jesus. You are like a God virus. I am so thankful I’ve caught the God virus! I know I can always get a bigger portion when I hear how he is moving.

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  3. This is powerful stuff, Mary! What you are sharing and allowing Holy Spirit to flow right onto the page is a real solution to people looking for a God that cares about the things that we care about. I know you didn’t mean for this to be about suffering but I think that is where the ‘rubber meets the road’ in our faith. I am so blessed by what you are allowing yourself to share and I know that God will bless it, too. He never leaves us nor forsakes us and I am so proud of you for the strength in your vulnerability to let people see into you in order to help them find the light in their darkness, too.

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  4. Dear Mary, I came to your blog through guidance, If I can help: look out for Matt Kahn on YouTube or read his book: Whatever arises LOVE that. Very powerful, it has put an end to my suffering.
    with deepest respect, Anneke


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