Slightly Imperfect

I ordered these two travel coffee mugs from a company called The Daily Grace Co.* They were having a sale and these were listed as “slightly imperfect” so they were deeply discounted. When they arrived […]

Loss

This has been a rough season.  We have had a few church members die of COVID-19 and many in the hospital.  I get uneasy now anytime I hear someone has gone to the hospital.  I […]

Send In The Bears!

Have you ever been reading your Bible and suddenly a sentence jumps out at you that you never noticed before? This seems to happen to me more than I care to admit. Perhaps it’s because […]

Gentle Reminders

Every morning about 7:00 a.m.  my sister’s talking calculator says good morning and plays a few measures of a tune.  My sister Thaila has been gone over 3 years now, but I find I cannot […]

God is not a God of Disorder, but of Peace.  ICor. 14:33A

We have all witnessed things lately in our country which do not seem at all peaceful or helpful.  It saddens me.  I have been so disappointed that my kids are seeing such dysfunction in our […]

Well… It’s 2021!

This is what we’ve all been waiting for! But wait…. Do you feel any different? Does the world look any different? Mine doesn’t… My oldest daughter turned 6 last month. She went to bed with […]

There’s No Place Like Home

If 2020 had a Marketing tag line, it would probably be something along the lines of Because of Covid. Most of us likely have our own Because of Covid stories. Dream vacations cancelled. Milestone birthday […]

Enjoy the Change!

Have you ever heard that phrase?  Some people try to avoid change.  Now that I’m a bit older, I’m thinking we better get used to it.  The only constant in our world (besides Jesus) seems […]

Certainty in the Age of Uncertainty

“Every word of God is tested; He is a shield to those who take refuge in Him.” Proverbs 30:5 (NASB) I read the verse above recently and the certainty of it struck a chord with […]

Words of Hope

As 2020 is winding down, I wanted to share some words of St. Francis of Assisi.  I think they are especially powerful for Christians right now.  Our country feels  more divided and we all need […]