A few months ago, I made some curtains for a friend and I had several things to take to my car when it was time to leave. My friend’s daughter Cate sweetly volunteered to help with a bag of curtains to take home and hem. I handed her the bag and suddenly saw a wave[Read More…]
Sleek, new furniture pieces sit on the showroom floor to absorb the attention of potential buyers, but it’s the broken furniture on the side of the road that will never catch a second glance. Fortunately, brokenness is not something God rejects but embraces so He can make a whole and new again. What I had realized in this china cabinet transformation is how God uses our brokenness to do his best work.