I knew it was going to be a glorious day when I looked out at the sun coming up this morning. This is my back yard. It’s early morning when the sun is just coming up. In the darkness, I could see it… the sun. Soon there would be light. “And God said, ‘Let there … Continue reading It’s Christmas… “Let there be light!”
While growing up in Italy; Miss Chennault, my fifth grade teacher at Brindisi Elementary on San Vito Air Force Base, was my favorite. Years later, I’ve often reflected back and wondered if she knew of my struggles at home. She seemed to favor the skinny, neglected, stringy-haired girl who sometimes wore scarves to try and … Continue reading Witches and Mean Kids and Treats… My God!
A non-Christian boy found a bible. A man told him to put it down. He said, “Yes, sir.” A learning boy found a bible. A man told him to put it down. He said, “I will give it to someone else, sir.” A Christian boy found a bible. A man told him to put it … Continue reading CHRISTIAN BOY by Abby, Age 9
Last spring, while on a family trip to New York City, we visited Ground Zero; the 9/11 Memorial. There’s a new tower standing there now, in place of the two fallen ones. America belongs to God, and it shows. One can see pictures or movies, and even hear real stories about the September 11th tragedy, … Continue reading 9/11… Why We REALLY Should “Never Forget”
When my husband prayed for God to be at the center of our 24th anniversary adventure in New York City, he meant it. God answered his prayer. Our trip became everything we imagined and more, including the imperfections among the perfections. Yes, our anniversary was about us. After all, we’d never in our entire 24 … Continue reading Glitz, Glamour, and GOD… a New York City Anniversary Adventure
As a child, I was told not to play with the fake fruit on the bottom bookshelf, but I couldn’t resist. I was fascinated by the soft, squishy green and purple grapes that popped easily on and off of their fake plastic stems. They looked so real! The colors, the shine, and the softness of … Continue reading Fake Fruit, Fake Christians… 12 Thoughts on God’s Truth
Dying Easter eggs is a family tradition I love. It is meaningful because it reminds me of new life, new beginnings, family togetherness, and a more beautiful, colorful world with Jesus Christ! My family shared God’s love today at a community event put on by our little church. We have participated every year for the … Continue reading Dyed Easter Eggs for Jesus
Bullies can be found everywhere and anywhere you go. Bullies are in the workplace, neighborhoods, and schools. They can even be found in homes and churches. Some bullies disguise themselves as nice people, hoping to be seen as moral, upstanding members of society. Many bullies are also narcissists. “These people are hypocrites and liars, and … Continue reading 6 Godly Truths to Help Gain Freedom from Bullies
Are you prepared for your honored guest? Last night God gave me the honor and privilege of hosting over 20 beautiful women in my home for our church’s annual Christian Women’s Fellowship Christmas Party. It was a joyful celebration of fellowship, fun, food, laughter; and the sharing of both sweet and sad memories. The house … Continue reading Are You Prepared to Invite THE Guest of Honor to Your Christmas Party?
Today got off to a rough start… but the silver lining is that it’s the first snow of the season! Jesus washes us whiter than snow! Imagine living as if you have no sin… With Jesus Christ we always have a fresh, clean start… just like the beauty of the first winter snow! Thank God … Continue reading With Jesus, We are Washed Whiter than Snow!