Fearful or fearless? The choice is ours. This is a time in our world where we need to ask this question. And throughout our lives it remains a choice we make. Fear stalks us. AndRead more
Perfect Father My dad had a way of warming hearts with his smile. If he were here today, my twenty-one-year-old son might say, “Pop’s authentic,” but, Noah never met him. My husband and three olderRead more
When I think about my future plants that I will be enjoying this year, I’m reminded of the Master Gardener—the One who with His hands fashioned not only the world, but also me.Read more
We tell our daughters they are enough, but one day they’ll learn they are not. May they also learn that Jesus is. He is more than enough for all we need.Read more
A love of a lifetime… I remember the vow my husband and I made to love each other until, when old and gray, death would part us. It wasn’t something I’d ever dwell on. DeathRead more
Ah, love is in the air. Yes, it’s love month. And a time we celebrate memorable love. But, most of us wish to boost the love in our lives. Because God never intended love toRead more
Did God really say climate change is real?
Yes … yes he did.
And at some point in the future climate change will get much worse.
Climate reacts to forces in the atmosphere and on earth. Some scientists argue humans are now the dominant force. But are they? Had we lived during the days of Noah, “When men began to increase in number on the earth …” would scientists have claimed humans were the reason for the Great Flood? Would population growth and the increase in livestock and raw sewage entering streams have been blamed for a month of rain?Read more
“I’m not sure what all the fuss is about. That movie’s overrated.” My words came out as a frustrated howl as my friend and I left the theater. We watched a new film with fourRead more
Stories by the fireside… We didn’t have a fireplace in our New York City apartment, although my dad continued his fireside storytelling tradition throughout the winter months—minus the crackling fire of course. I remember manyRead more
The first Christmas was a silent and holy night. I’m familiar with silent nights. They track me down and schedule dates on my calendar. Because I lose my voice about once a year, unable to squeakRead more