Somewhere along the way, my mother and I became more than mother and daughter. We became friends.
Life has a destination, and we each choose what ours will be. The destination I have chosen is found in John 3:16, a beautiful verse found in the Bible. My blog is a spattering of photos I have taken, prayers on my heart, and other musings on the journey of eternal life.
The Bible, the most extraordinary book in history, leaves no doubt that Jesus is the Son of God, having existed with Him for eternity. Despite forty authors writing from three … Continue reading The Oldest and Only True Religion
There is more that can be said about radical love, but suffice it to say that no aim in life is more difficult than this.
Inconvenient babies, out-of-season babies, special-needs babies, have proven time and again to be the greatest joy of a mother or father, biological or adoptive.
A layer of dark Italian chocolate, a layer of dark coffee, and a layer of heavy cream.
I could see the difference. I told him years later that I saw him quit drinking, cussing, and smoking, all on the same day.
No one would like to be robbed. If you ask yourself,
you would have to admit that you certainly wouldn’t enjoy it. So why don’t you conclude
that everyone else feels the same way?
Dawson is one example of many churches throughout our nation, congregations of imperfect people who may differ in many of their views, but even so, are living out the gospel.
As a friend of mine recently asked, “Do you ever quit worrying about finances and children and life in general?” What would your answer to her be?
When I bake my cranberry mincemeat pie on New Year’s Eve, it is a celebration of the year that is coming to a close.
Our nation’s congress has passed legislation to protect non-believers, non-theists. President Obama is expected to sign it into law.
And the angel said to them, “Fear not, for behold, I bring you good news of great joy that will be for all the people. For unto you is born … Continue reading Merry Christmas!