Will you be in church this Sunday? Then you have a wonderful normal too! … More It’s a Wonderful Normal–podcast
My life is simple. I hold to this one truth and it clears up so much confusion. The one truth is this: Jesus loves me, this I know. For the Bible tells me so. This is not scripture but so much common sense about belief is wrapped up into this child’s song. Jesus—the only Son … More Simplicity from Confusion
Are you one of the fortunate ones, one of the blessed? I am, and I am so glad! My wonderful normal is that on Sunday morning you will find me in church. It has always been my normal and I thank God for a mom that made sure that our family was in church. … More It’s a Wonderful Normal
There’s been a battle raging for some time in Christian circles about the drinking of alcohol—I should clarify and say among born-again believers. It’s quite fascinating to me because I grew up in a home that had no alcohol in it, even though we faithfully attended a church that used wine for communion. (I take … More Wanna Buy a Truck?
This year I prayed—I prayed that God would not send a hurricane the week we had planned for the beach (like last year), and He answered that prayer! Praise His name! He sent it last week but this week has been absolutely perfect weather here at Virginia Beach! Once again, I’m sitting on our balcony … More Someday…Never!
The six cords of wood are now stacked in neat piles in our backyard right beside my clothesline. (I have the type of line that is looped around pulleys so you stand in one spot, hang the clothes, and pull the line for more space.) As I’m standing there, I hear the tarp atop the … More Snake on My Toe!
After 12 days and over 3,000 miles of travel, glorious weather, and a heart full of special memory-making moments, we’re home. Sigh. I looked forward to this trip for months, savoring the anticipation, but now it’s in the past and “normal” looms before me. Sigh. Have you been here? What happens next? Well, like any … More Finding Purpose in Life
What a life! The Nuthatch comes to my feeder, selects his lunch (or in this case, breakfast) and swoops to the trunk of a nearby tree. He then faces downward and starts cracking the nut, pinning against the tree. Over and over again, he comes and repeats the exact same habit, except perhaps to eat … More Upside-down Lunch
And said, Verily I say unto you, Except ye be converted, and become as little children, ye shall not enter into the kingdom of heaven. Matthew 18:3 Today, I was once again reminded of this verse. We often think of its meaning for conversion, but perhaps we would do well to apply it to life! … More The Joys of Childhood
Looking for a quick read? The Legacy is relatively new. Have you ever thought about Korah and his family? Certainly, they must have had friends and family. What was it like to live near the tabernacle and its towering pillar of fire and cloud? Read on! Enjoy!