Tag Archives: Reba Rambo

He Was Just An Ordinary Baby | Reba Rambo-McGuire

Pregnancy and birthin’ babies is one of the toughest jobs on the planet. For many years Dony and I struggled with having children: three miscarriages, countless humiliating procedures, experimental fertility drugs and three tedious corrective surgeries. When I miraculously became pregnant with Destiny, we were ecstatic! The earth-mother hiding in me suddenly stood up and […]

Shaped In Suffering | Reba Rambo-McGuire

I despise suffering. It took me years to gumption up the courage to go through the pain and suffering of getting my ears pierced! Call me crazy, but isn’t it funny how so many of life’s most glorious achievements and assignments are often laced with suffering? Your little cousin Michael finally dares to stretch and […]

The Peppermint Tree | Reba Rambo-McGuire

We were so poor – poor people called us poor. We lived in a little shotgun Kentucky house but it was cozy with crisp curtains and hand-sewn slipcovers Mom created with great tenderness and skill. There were always fragrant flowers artfully arranged, big bowls of brightly colored fresh fruit, and yummy homemade treats tempting me […]