Let me tell you about a gift I was given on Sunday, June 26, 2022! As my husband and I sat in our church service on our 41st Wedding Anniversary, and the day we were ending our Celebratory Fast, a woman from our choir stepped forward to sing special music. She ministered beautifully in a … Continue reading Celebratory Fast Ending!
This past March, I wrote 4 blog posts concerning my nephew, Dylan’s journey with Leukemia ~ Transplants & TransformationWe do not Lose HeartNew LifeIS ABLE So many of you have followed and most importantly, PRAYED for God to heal his body. And we have marveled as God answered our prayers according to our heart’s desire. … Continue reading Prayer IS Everything!
Being so different and incredibly young, we were both filled with stubborn pride. He found it hard to apologize while I was the one saying “sorry.” Yet, he forgave quickly, while I was the one holding a grudge. We were sputtering and spiraling, but God had other plans. The Bible says, “two are better than … Continue reading Celebratory Fast “Take 4”
At times we feel annoyed, and then there are times my husband and I are totally maddened! Living in the country especially during the summer months, the gnats torment us with every outside endeavor. We feel as though a remnant of the plagues of Egypt is visiting us. 😉 Nevertheless, we have found an even … Continue reading Celebratory Fast “Take 3”
Summer classes began today at the college where my husband is on staff and serves as part of the faculty as well. And as I mentioned in my previous post, my Wedding Anniversary is at the end of the month and my husband declared his desire to participate in a “fast” leading up to the … Continue reading Celebratory Fast “Take 2”
A couple of cool facts about the month of June which you undoubtedly know. The longest day of the year occurs on either June 21st or 22nd.June is known as a great month to get married. And so, we did! Forty-One years ago, at the end of the month! I am a bit in shock … Continue reading A Celebratory Fast
After being abducted and taken captive to a foreign land, and spending many years in exile, this man is delivered a vital report concerning the condition of his homeland. Through a visit from a brother and some fellow countrymen, Nehemiah is given a dismal depiction of Jerusalem. A city disgraced without a wall nor gates … Continue reading Reports from the Homeland
Listen to me, if I could sit down with you and tell you all that has happened in my life, it would be one marveling session after another. As a hopelessly lopsided piece of earthenware finding myself deep in the heap of “good for nothings,” the Potter lifted me out and placed me on His … Continue reading The Potter’s Clay
1980 In 1980, I left the tiny town of Reeves, Louisiana to attend a small Bible college in the massive city of Birmingham, Alabama. It was there I met a basketball playing senior, working nightshift security, from Peoria, Illinois, and who was very popular with the girls. I decided to enter the competition and found … Continue reading About Me
I read online that water infiltration is the number one cause for potholes in asphalt. Much of “my Road” through life has been filled with damaged pavement, producing the largest, deepest sinkholes known to man. At times these sinkholes were engulfed with rainwater. Can you imagine journeying across the country hitting sinkhole after sinkhole? Exactly! … Continue reading The Roadmaster and His Roadmap!