Songs for Lady Lois 

Do you need the gift of encouragement in an atmosphere of worship?

I was spending a Sunday morning with my mom when we were listening to some worship songs on Spotify that I knew would remind her of all the beautiful love of God, even while still in the midst of her battle.

It was such a sweet time for her… and for me.

As I  went through this journey with my mom and her declining health, I found that music is often a path of healing and hope for the soul when words aren’t enough.

So I wanted to build Mommy a playlist with songs that would encourage her soul.

I jumped on Facebook and asked friends to share worship songs  that remind them of God’s power, love, grace and mercy.

I was so grateful to have the opportunity to share this playlist with her as a gift of thoughtfulness for her from people all over the world .

And now I want to also share it with you. If you need the gift of encouragement in an atmosphere of worship or you know someone who does, check out the “Lady Lois’ Worship” playlist.

Consider it a gift from me to you.

It was an honor to celebrate my mom’s life, and I’m thankful that so many were able to watch her service. You may already know how losing someone close to you can produce a keen awareness of their influence and imprint.

I see the impact of my mom’s life everywhere — especially honoring her legacy after her service. It was truly amazing to see and hear about her impact – not just for our family but for thousands of people around the world and it didn’t end there – her legacy continues to live on because of the fantastic fingerprint she left on everything she touched.

Our family thought it was important to allow anyone who wanted to celebrate my mom to do so, so if you haven’t already watched her homegoing services, you can do so by clicking here.

My mom will forever be with me, in me and living through me. She carried my heart in hers and I will always carry her heart in mine. I’m thankful that she loved me well, saw me clearly and blessed me over and over with her presence. She wasn’t just my mother, she was my friend. That is and will always be one of the greatest privileges of my life.