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Monthly Archives: January 2014

Waiting. Waiting for a confidant, a forever friend Waiting for the loneliness to end Waiting for a spouse Waiting for a job Waiting for relief Waiting for the cure Waiting for an answer Waiting to be loved Waiting for financial relief Waiting for the house to sell Waiting for the orphan to become your child […]

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  • Aleisha Rust - Completely! I am trying to not be like Lot’s wife and instead look FORWARD and at the present and not at the past. I am waiting for us to be “ready” to place the for sale sign out front so we can give our family a little more breathing room. Waiting for Spring, so we can open the doors and let the light and the fresh air flood in to wipe away the dreeryness and the sickness that has taken over our home the course of the Winter. Waiting as patiently as possible. We wait. ReplyCancel

  • Kimberly Stone - A beautiful, life-giving post. Love you Katie. ReplyCancel

  • Carole L. Frybarger - I too find myself waiting for the sun, spring, hope again of the warmth that makes my pain better, my joints not so sore all the time. I always pray that God helps me not wish away any time that he has granted me here on earth, but in the cold it is so much harder.
    Thank you for sharing, it makes it easier to not feel alone. ReplyCancel

  • Shawna Vigfusson - Thank you Kimberly for sharing a beautiful poem that definitely speaks to us right now 🙂ReplyCancel

  • Our strength is in the Wait. » Coffee With Katie - […] have written about waiting here and here before because waiting is a consistent […]ReplyCancel

  • David Hasenkamp - The enemy would like you to succumb to the tests and trials of waiting. God will crush his head in the battle. God says the battle has been won through Christ Jesus. I claim victory in Christ, for without Him I am defenseless. Thank you Katie, words for an eternal purpose. I wish Jesus would return, I am encouraged by your post til then.ReplyCancel

  • David Hasenkamp - No Katie, thank you. You are the encouragement. Putting your heart into words may help others see the the heart of Jesus and that knowing Him doesn’t mean its all Rosie.ReplyCancel

Welcome to my new Blog. My new space. A place to write, wrestle and share my heart as I, as we, Dare to Hope. It all started a few years back when I began blogging on my photography blog, sharing snippets of my personal life…and then I kept writing not realizing how healing it would […]

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  • Peggy Toth - Love you!ReplyCancel

  • Cares - I am excited for you and this next step in your journey. I will dare to hope right alongside you!ReplyCancel

  • Heather Dunnigan - Congrats Katie! I’m really excited to see this blog and can’t wait to watch it bloom!ReplyCancel

  • Lori Sigfridson Hein - I’m here …I’m here! Great job Katie!ReplyCancel

  • Jamie Saechao - awesome Katie! I’m looking forward to reading more. 🙂 ReplyCancel

  • Jamie Rae Photo - awesome Katie! I’m looking forward to reading more. 🙂 ReplyCancel

  • Debbie Booth - I’ve been honored to follow your blog before and consider it joy to join you in prayer and hope. Thank you for your transparency, it helps me know how to pray and encourages me in my own walk.ReplyCancel

  • Shaina Longstreet - So excited about this!! Can’t wait to read more. 🙂 ReplyCancel

  • kellie rose wilson - inspirational posts! Welcome to blogging!ReplyCancel