Some people just don't deserve what you did for them! They're so ungrateful! Today, I gave a science test at the Junior High School. I thought the kids would do really well because I had worked hard to prepare them. I created a Jeopardy Game for them to play for review (which wasn't free, by… Continue reading I Teach Kids, God Teaches Me
The life of Esther fascinates me. Although she was a Jewish orphan, God used her in an extraordinary way. When my daughter was a little girl, she dressed up like Queen Esther for Halloween. Personally, I don't care for Halloween. But, at least she was dressed up like a Heroine of the Bible! Christina loved… Continue reading An Unusual Halloween
I was very sick and couldn't get out of bed for two weeks. It was mononucleosis. While I spent my days (and nights) in bed, a song I learned as a child kept playing in my head. I hadn't thought of it in years. Maybe you know it. It goes like this - "This little light of mine.… Continue reading Mono Made Me Do It!
Is your heart breaking? Are you in deep despair? Is depression crushing you? Even when you think you can't hang on, God will hang on to you. No matter what life is throwing at you, no matter how weak your faith might be right now, God will hold you fast. How do I know? I… Continue reading Think You Can’t Hang On?
Today's post isn't for everyone. If you grew up in church and lived life on the straight and narrow, this post may not interest you. But if you made major detours from the right path like I did, this is for you. Or if you know someone who thinks their sin is too great for… Continue reading He Remembers Our Sins No More
There have been moments when I literally began to panic. Thoughts racing through my mind ... God didn't tell you to write a blog! You shouldn't be doing this! This is all you! Have you ever experienced this deceitful kind of attack on your mind? God didn't send you here! God didn't say ... Do… Continue reading You Have a Ministry! Do You Know What It Is?
The first 11 days I was running on adrenalin. I arrived in town the night before he came home from a 6-day hospital stay resulting from complications of a severe bout with the flu. Extreme coughing had broken a vertebra in his back and caused a huge hematoma that resulted in a 40% blood loss.… Continue reading The Care Giver