I wrote last week about a storm the Apostle Paul weathered in the book of Acts, chapter 27. There was so much to learn in that story...I wrote my guts out over it for three days. But then, I had to go in and trim and cut so that I would have your attention!… Continue reading Loose Your Grip: Take 2
Water is powerful, especially when it comes in the form of a storm. Lightning. Thunder. Wind. Is it just me, or does it seem that the worst storms come at night? Those tornado warnings or threats of wind damage rear their heads when we can't see what's coming. Adding to the anxieties of the darkness,… Continue reading Loosen Your Grip
My daughter is a wanderer. She sings, draws, paints and is a gifted photographer. She practically lives out of her car, much like a gypsy. She hops fences. If the best angle for the photo she wants to take is on the other side of the fence, there is no question where she is… Continue reading Hopping Fences
“Children are a heritage from the Lord, offspring a reward from him.” Psalm 127:3 We have one child out the door and the last one still living at home but mostly independent. We are beginning to taste the joys, and sometimes the sorrow (speaking for myself, not my husband) of a quiet home. Like most parents, I… Continue reading Where’s the Parenting Manual?