Celebrating Birthdays While Still Grieving

By Missy Eversole / September 16, 2020 /

As many of you know, within the first year of a loved one passing, certain holidays, anniversaries, or special days can trigger more additional grief or sorrow. September 16th is that day for me. Today would have been my dad’s 75th birthday. My brother, Troy, who shares the same birthday, would have been 43 years…

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Do You Trust God?

By Missy Eversole / January 29, 2020 /
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Do you trust God? Seriously, do you trust God? I know that is a weird question to start this blog post off with, but it’s a question that I have been struggling with. Because I have realized that there are times when I don’t trust God. Let Go and Let God The phrase “let go…

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Beat the January Blahs by Being a Light!

By Missy Eversole / January 21, 2020 /

It’s hard to believe that it will soon be a month since I heard my father’s voice. Even harder to believe that it will soon be 11 years since I heard my mother’s voice. I dread the month of January. We seldom see the sun. The darkness of the night lasts longer than daylight. Influenza…

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The Joy of the Lord is My Strength! Seeing the Lord at Work in 2019

By Missy Eversole / January 14, 2020 /

Last week, I blogged about how 2019 ended for my family. The death of my brother and father, just a few short weeks apart, shook us to the core, but we are still standing. But not on our own, mind you. Our Savior is holding us up. Taking us gently under His wing and holding…

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Dear 2019, You Tried Hard to Knock Me Down, but Guess What? I Am Still Standing!

By Missy Eversole / January 7, 2020 /

Oh, 2019! You thought you got the best of me. You thought you could bring me down. And just when I thought we were almost out of this valley of sorrows, you took one final blow to try to knock me off my feet. But guess what? I’m still standing. “Even Though I Walk Through…

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