Life isn’t always easy and over the years I’ve realized that I sometimes need others to stand with me, be with me, work with me, cry with me, laugh with me, and just hang out on the shelf called life with me.Read more
How do we show honor?
Do we show honor?
Afraid, or fearless and free? Unexpected circumstances, including the Coronavirus resurgence in our state, clouded my thoughts. Photos and social media stories of recent Fourth of July celebrations dared to disappear like the arrows myRead more
Jesus Christ described the incredible power of one. Studying for a sermon series recently called The Power of One, the repetition in Jesus’ teachings of the word “one” amazed me. And if anyone gives evenRead more
Isolation during the pandemic has been stressful, to say the least. Some of us are totally alone, since we have no family in the house with us. Others feel trapped at home with energetic orRead more
“Hug your reader with your words.” That’s what Cec Murphey said. Hug your dad with your words. That’s what the quiet voice in my head echoed back to me. My dad is not a hugger.Read more
My mother would be proud of him. Seven years ago, ill with cancer and waning in strength, she surprised my dad by asking me to take her to his art show at the local seniorRead more
Wisdom, strength, and what? It’s hard to believe the mid-point of 2020 is fast approaching. Without a doubt, people from all walks of life will one day say this was one of those historical yearsRead more
by Norma Gail God’s best creation is the family unit. It was the only time God called his creation very good. Yet families are in crisis. Every kingdom divided against itself will be ruined, andRead more
I find myself perched in the perfect spot on the timeline of my life. I can finally let go of any perceived letdowns or guilt of the past, and fully embrace the future with whatever energy I can muster up. I’m well past the midpoint, I’m sure.Read more