This week at our Mom’s Morning, several of the young mothers shared about their mornings—how they got up early (while it was still dark!) and had their devotions. Each one shared the precious wonder of quietness as they drew near to God before little feet began to patter. That is one of the most frightening … More The Most Beautiful Sight (AKA When Satan trembles!)
In every war, whether here or abroad, one tragedy is universal to every battle: prisoners of war. In each conflict, soldiers are taken, no longer in the fight, but brought to a prison where they are kept indefinitely – sometimes detained long after the war is over. Some are treated harshly, other follow the Geneva … More Prisoners of War
Well, for the past four days, I’ve laid around doing nothing. Wish it could have been on the beach, but it was on the couch with a box of tissues, a bounding headache, and a fever. Today is the first day that I can actually function! No one likes to get sick. We try not … More AWH…CHOO! Sniffle, Sniffle.
Last evening, Tom and I watched a wonderful movie recommended by spiritclips.com for Memorial Day called An American Story aka After The Glory. (By the way, if you have not discovered spiritclips.com, it’s a wonderful site for good family films sponsored by Hallmark. Check it out!) The film is about six WW2 soldiers who come … More War – The Great Equalizer