This month, we recognize two very sad days in America’s history. On January 22, 1973, our supreme court made its landmark decision promoting abortion. Since then, in the United States alone, 16,000,000 children have died because we gave their mothers choice to have it be so. On January 27th, we remember the eleven million people … More Pro-Choice
As I observe the times in which we live, I sense almost a dread at the shocking reality of Christian beliefs. Our times are filled with Christianity, in all shapes and sizes. Some churches which would place themselves under the umbrella of Christianity deny that Jesus is even God’s Son. To me, that is a shocking … More Shocking Reality
Life is filled with defining moments. Twenty-five years ago today, we left our little house in the orchard fields of Adams county, PA and headed for Greenville, SC. Twenty-five years! It doesn’t seem possible. We packed up our belongings and left our house of dreams with our two little tykes – Tom was three and … More Twenty-five years ago today…
This morning, while my husband and I were praying in the living room, a loud bang at the window got our attention. We looked at each other, wondering what it was. “Do you think it was a bird,” I asked. Tom went out onto the porch, and there lying on the ground was a little … More Birdie, Birdie in My Window
Actually, he’s not very original – he’s been using the same lie ever since the beginning of what we call time: “Yea, hath God said…” (Gen 3:1) That statement comes in all different shapes and sizes but always boils down to the same lie: Did God really say that? Does the human race really have … More Satan’s Biggest Lie
Choices – we make them every day. Years ago (like 15!), I remember telling my senior high Sunday school class during prayer time that I wanted them to pray for our family because we had an important decision to make. I can’t remember what the decision was but I do remember one of the young … More Bear Choices
My grandson is ten months old. He can crawl to any destination he desires. One of his favorite spots is the dog’s dish. His parents wisely moved some things out of his reach – choose your battles – but the dog dish remains in place to teach him one simple word: no. When he touches … More Leave it Alone!