A Servant's Heart

Exploring how I can express love to my family by means of my service to them.


Well, I was looking over my blog and I guess it’s kind of boring.  But, this is my first attempt at this blogging thing and I don’t spend as much time on it as I’d like to.  My mom went to the hospital today; she had another seizure.  I keep wondering if there is some natural remedy for seizures that could replace the Keppra.  They don’t come often, but when they do, I find myself emotionally drained and not much use to anyone.

So, I wanted to revisit the purpose of my blog, which was to post about how I can love my family through service.  I really do so much for them, and I try to have a pure heart about it.  That is probably one of the biggest challenges of service.  Here are some people I serve:

My husband

My mother

My children

My grandchildren

My Bible students

Random people I witness to in the ministry

My staff

People from my congregation

That is a good summary.  So . . . immediate family, spiritual family, acquaintances from work, strangers on the street.  Of these, the most important ones to me are my husband and my mother.  I appreciate the opportunity to serve them both, but sometimes I just want to run away.  Or to yell at them.  Sometimes I want to move out.  Does that make me a hypocrite?


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