Kim Erickson

Are You On Schedule?

October 15, 2020
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“Year after year, observe your feasts on schedule” (Isaiah 29:1). Taken out of context, this verse may seem to emphasize our organized worship of God. In context, however, you will understand how angry God is with His children’s plodding, insincere religious activities. Woe to the people, Isaiah the prophet warned. Lamenting, mourning, and destruction were … Read more

Book Bundle with Dr. Gary Chapman!

October 8, 2020
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Check out this book bundle with one of the latest books by Dr. Gary Chapman, author of The 5 Love Languages! Offer ends October 31.

I’ll See It When I Know It…Wait, huh??

September 9, 2020
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We were driving to soccer practice, talking about something, when my son said, “you know, I’ll see it when I know it.” It took me a second to realize he said it backwards! Usually, we hear “I’ll know it when I see it.” As we laughed about his mix-up, I realized what he said is … Read more

Sow Sorrow, Reap Joy?!

August 8, 2020
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One of the most stunning things about losing a child is the joy. Joy?! Yes, shouts of joy in fact. How is it possible? Imagine being lost in a deep, dark cave. You’ve been trying to get out for hours. You have no light, no way to see where to go. You are lost. You … Read more

Loud and Proud!

July 15, 2020
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This morning, I decided to be more vocal, more open about something . . . there is something I’ve been keeping a bit to myself lately that I feel compelled to share with you. I was reading Psalm 86, a prayer of David, this morning. Near the end, David wrote that God helped him and … Read more

Kim Featured in Proverbs31 Devotion!

May 19, 2020
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Hi Blog Family, I wanted to share this exciting news with you: Proverbs31 featured a devotion I wrote last week! You can still find it on their site here. The P31 devotion was about how God heals our souls when hard things happen. Proverbs31 also did a giveaway of my latest book, Surviving Sorrow: A … Read more

The Grieving: How Can You Help?

May 6, 2020
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Many people have asked me, “how can I help someone who is grieving?” Others have asked me, “how can the church minister to grieving moms?” I had the chance to share my “Top 10” ways Christians can help grieving people turn towards God (and not away). You can read the article in Pastor Resources (www.PastorResources.com) … Read more

Do You Know What Today Is? Bereaved Mother’s Day

May 3, 2020
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Did you know that today is Bereaved Mother’s Day? It happens one week from Mother’s Day. If you know a mom who has lost a baby, child, teenager, adult, it matters not. Her heart is broken. Sending her something she can relate to, to let her know she’s not alone, and to help her go … Read more

Can My Marriage Really Survive?

April 18, 2020
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Thanks to Kelly Breaux, Co-Founder of Red Bird Ministries (www.redbird.love) and author of “Hiding in the Upper Room,” for this guest blog about marriage and grieving. We met while recording a podcast, which you can listen to here:  Can My Marriage Really Survive THIS?! When we entered into the covenant of marriage in 2002, I … Read more

Birthday in Quarantine!

April 3, 2020
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Spending your birthday in quarantine is different, but not without bonus features! Here are 10 things the Erickson’s are doing during this quarantine time and in celebration of my 50th (cannot believe it) birthday: I got to do the shopping so that I could get exactly what I wanted to have for my birthday! Lots … Read more