Shoot like a Girl | Miracle (#31days)


Day 3 | Quetzaltenango, Guatemala

When I first visited the children at Little House of Refuge, the walls of the orphanage were exposed and molded cinder block, electricity was unstable and inconsistent, and the greatest need  was milk for the 50 little ones who hadn’t had it in months. People said it would take a miracle to make things better.

Have you seen miracles lately? Some are flashy. Some are breathtaking. People have always chased after them, hoping to get bragging rights to the beyond belief.

But what if the most powerful miracles are right here, taking place slowly while we go about our business as if nothing extraordinary will ever happen.

There is so much extraordinary just waiting to reveal itself. Slow miracles are profound and beautiful. Maybe our heart sees them even if our eyes don’t. Maybe they’re what gives us hope to carry on.

Little House now has lights that shine brightly, lush vegetable gardens, and livestock giving fresh milk daily. Every visit reveals a new miracle in the making. That’s why I keep returning – because I believe in miracles. And the hope that they bring.

And this bracelet now lives in a small village in Romania. A precious deaf girl wears it as her sign of hope. This summer, she spoke and was heard when God sent a woman from the United States who knew sign language. She wept joyfully because for the first time, we was really seen.

Slow miracles. Best miracles.

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About Ronne Rock


We're in this together, and I am for you. I secure road signs with a hammer of hope, and clear the debris so they can be seen. I am your encourager. I walk and keep walking. Cheer and keep cheering. I invest, dive deep, and cherish most the stories being written in the lives of women who believe restoration is a reality on earth as it is in heaven. God holds the pen in those stories, “That one - I hold her. And that one - she is My delight. And that one - never snatched away.”  I am a mouthpiece of celebration for women. Redemption is our song. You can find even more encouragement in  "For You, Love" the prayer journals that invite you to respond, and in Everbloom, a collection of stories from the Redbud Writers Guild. And be sure to pre-order your copy of One Woman Can Change the World: Reclaiming Your God-Designed Influence and Impact Right Where You Are. It publishes June 16, 2020 (Revell Publishing). I'm honored to be represented by Credo Communications.

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3 thoughts on “Shoot like a Girl | Miracle (#31days)”

  1. We look for the “flashy” miracles, not knowing that we need only look in the mirror. We are the miracle people are needing. Walking, talking, loving, praying miracles.

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