Staying on Track

Pearl Allard

Pearl Allard

A quiet invitation to glimpse and embrace God's love.
Pearl Allard

Latest posts by Pearl Allard (see all)

Mornings at our household may or may not resemble a circus while getting the kids ready for school. We lay out clothes, make lunches, and prep backpacks the night before, but somehow papers still manage to get misplaced, shoes mysteriously shrink in the night, sweaters disappear, someone forgets to brush their teeth, and my patience Read More

Soap & Popsicles

Pearl Allard

Pearl Allard

A quiet invitation to glimpse and embrace God's love.
Pearl Allard

Latest posts by Pearl Allard (see all)

Armed with a camera, in finally gorgeous weather, I hunt beauty in our barely waking yard. Something… Anything…? I spy three dandelions and drop to my belly in the grass, possibly looking like a fool. My five-year-old daughter wants to pick them. “After I’m done taking this shot.” The shot’s a flop. But the perfect Read More

When We Need Real Change – Lift Me Up

Pearl Allard

Pearl Allard

A quiet invitation to glimpse and embrace God's love.
Pearl Allard

Latest posts by Pearl Allard (see all)

I was in the dingy basement, bent over the dryer, wrestling with a mess of clean clothes. My mood matched the ineffectiveness of the lone light bulb ill-positioned on the wrong side of the heating duct.¬† Laundry, like “This is the song that never ends,” is just annoying and pointless. Condemning prisoners of war to Read More

When We Fail – Live in Onward

Pearl Allard

Pearl Allard

A quiet invitation to glimpse and embrace God's love.
Pearl Allard

Latest posts by Pearl Allard (see all)

When we get stuck. When we fall and fail. When we slip and our sword slices the person we love, instead of the true enemy. We need to know to our core that our identity is neither in our victories nor our failures. Rather, it is enmeshed in the person of Jesus Christ and His Read More

An Invitation to Run in the Wake of Victory

Pearl Allard

Pearl Allard

A quiet invitation to glimpse and embrace God's love.
Pearl Allard

Latest posts by Pearl Allard (see all)

Chains of fear have restrained me from really living more often than I care to recount. Which explains the level of relief and gratitude I experienced after reading a profound explanation of the cliché story, found in 1 Samuel 17, of David and Goliath. You know: Goliath, the 9-foot tall giant, insults the God of Read More