Sundays are hard. Last Sunday I attended my daughter’s church, and the service was great but difficult. It had been … More
For weeks after dad’s funeral, I sang this song. I thought I would share it with you. If you have had a difficult summer, know that God is good. Even in our worst moments, there is no denying a cross and a Savior that provided freedom. My dad is experiencing true freedom in Christ right now. So, today I celebrate my dad’s first month in heaven. Time will heal my broken heart, and a dwelling on God’s Word that reminds me of the peace I know through Christ.
Time to tell the root of the problem, my accuser who always wants me to feel that I can’t do this, we will never pull off these scores, nobody is listening when I am presenting these stellar, technology, latest data based approach to learning lessons, what he can do.
Christ has set us free to live a free life. So take your stand! Never again let anyone put a harness of slavery on you. Galatians 5:1 The Message
God gave me this message in the middle of the night, and I knew that first and foremost, He had a word for me, for when I look in the mirror, I see a selfish church member.
Every year, a meltdown is inevitable. I love Christmas, but memories come flooding back every year and I must deal with them. The pain never gets better. God’s grace and comfort seem to increase. I want to be happy and joyful in this season, but it no longer comes naturally. The enemy would have me to wallow in a pit of sorrow, but I will not. I choose joy.
Snowmageddan 2015 wasn’t a total waste. As a matter of fact, God laid on my heart to write and since … More
I will continue to blog everyday that I can throughout December reflecting on that Christmas season that changed everything. Whether … More
“He is jealous for me, loves like a hurricane, I am a tree. Bending beneath the weight of His wind … More
Finally, fall break. Teacher friends, we are almost finished with one semester. I am extremely excited to be with the … More
Labor Day has not always been a good memory for me and several of my friends. Two Labor Day weekends … More