Lessons learned from life with less than a colon: Embracing the journey, enduring the process, exulting the Creator; understanding this is not the end.

I’ve been encouraged to write a blog.  Does the world wide web really need another blog?  Eh… probably not.  But I do.  And you maybe do too.

Over the next few  posts, I hope to share the four month journey that led to this point.  I have no doubt that the previous four decades of lessons and griefs and faith will be present in what is shared.

I hope to capture the emotions and challenges and hope that carried me through those early days of this journey.

In all things, I hope to share the reason for my hope, and that is the accomplished life and work of Jesus Christ, His death that bought my freedom and His resurrection that promises eternal life.

2 thoughts on “Lessons learned from life with less than a colon: Embracing the journey, enduring the process, exulting the Creator; understanding this is not the end.

  1. What inspirational writing! My husband has Crohn’s, and it can be tough. I absolutely love your words: “Does the world wide web really need another blog? Eh… probably not. But I do. And you maybe do too.” Thanks so much for sharing your journey! It makes others along the way know they’re not alone!

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  2. Beckah, I can barely see for all the tears that were flowing as I read your blogs. I’ll be praying daily for you. Isaiah 40:31, one of my favorite verses comes to mind for you. “But those who trust in the Lord for help will find their strength renewed. They will rise on wings like eagles; they will run and not get weary; they will walk and not grow weak.” I have felt very blessed to get to know you. Your calming effect and the peace you display truly amaze me. May God hold you in the palm of His hand and touch your inmost parts with His healing power. You give God glory with your patience, faith, trust in His healing power, and willingness to follow Phil. 4:13. May He Bless you and Alex abundantly. Love you, Fran B.

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