Summer mornings going to work, well, are pretty much the same as winter mornings but warmer—the getting in the car, turning on the ignition, adjusting my sunglasses in preparation for greeting the rising sun.
How an Epidemic Changed Saint Nicholas
If I were writing this last year I don’t even think I would have paid any attention to this part of Nicholas’ story. I’m not sure the word would have registered in my brain. But this year? Hearing of a young boy losing both his parents to an uncontrolled illness was hard to ignore.
Leaping for Love
Our two older sons, ages 7 and 9, expressed some curiosity regarding Leap Year and this “extra day” it brings.
Reveal the Hope that is in You
“Do not fear what they fear, and do not be intimidated, but in your hearts sanctify Christ as Lord. Always be ready to make your […]
Poems, Prophecy, and Pockets
A few weeks ago it was “Poem in Your Pocket Day” at my kindergartener’s school. This is a day when each student is asked to bring a poem to school to share with her classmates.
My mom is a retired high school English teacher, and in her retirement, she works part-time at a well-established location of a pretty popular Texas-specific chain of market/gas station for highway travelers.
Day 10: Comfort One Another
Offering comfort to one another in difficulties mirrors the love God has for us.
My cancer showed me the power of kindness.
When I volunteered to donate a kidney, I wasn’t expecting a cancer diagnosis. I also wasn’t expecting such an outpouring of compassion.