Sharing my friend Ashleigh Anne Hughes’ story. It is incredible, and I am so honored to call her a friend.
10. Having just returned from Haiti, I am thankful. We are living better than most all of Haiti and for that matter, many others around the globe. We should all be thankful, quit whining about material things that don’t matter, and let it go. It’s very freeing.
“…For I have learned to be content whatever the circumstances.” Philippians 4:11
The Christmas season is so busy. For me, this includes End of Course testing for my students. Today I am … More
This is my article in last week’s Tennessee Baptist and Reflector. Watch out for people in check out lines… http://www.myvirtualpaper.com/doc/tennessee-baptist-convention/digital10-22-14/2014102101/?referrer=http%3A//www.tnbaptist.org/BRNews.asp#14 … More
I was in the check out line at Walgreens. I needed some face wash and lotion and of course, let’s … More
God called me to Haiti for two weeks to work with a wonderful ministry called My Life Speaks (www.mylifespeaks.com). I … More
Lessons from Haiti: Grateful As the plane left the Port Au Prince airport in Haiti headed back to the United … More
Victor’s Crown Lost a friend to cancer several years ago today but I have a new favorite song that makes … More
You Ain’t in Kansas Anymore by Kathy McBroom A 30 day devotional available on Amazon. If this link doesn’t take … More
This past September I led a breakout session at the Tennessee Baptist Convention’s WMU’s Fall Prayer Retreat in Paris. I … More