Episode #3 As I locked the library door and turned off the lights, I felt a sense of accomplishment. Being the librarian on Tuesday and Thursday evenings has some epic perks. The feeling of success when someone has forgotten their password and are unable to log in on the library computer, LIBRARIAN TO THE RESCUE! … Continue reading 5 Year Anniversary: Episode 3
So, the CCBS student who works in the Library on Monday evenings was missing last night! I am the humble, meek, and mild librarian for Tuesday and Thursday nights, but on Monday nights, I have a death-defying class – Genesis! Yet, I strolled into the library last night on a quest to share a bit … Continue reading 5 Year Anniversary: Episode 2
In 2014, I finally earned my associate degree in Bible after a 30-year absence from college life. During this auspicious interval of my life, I had the privilege of helping in the college library. And it was there, at Carolina College of Biblical Studies in Fayetteville, North Carolina, that I was motivated to write, and … Continue reading 5 Year Anniversary: Episode 1
Five years ago, my heart was heavy. I was alone much of the time. Having been laid aside with a herniated disk, I wondered to what purpose God would use it. So, I poured over the Scriptures asking for His direction and guidance during this time of isolation and recovery. And it was then that … Continue reading Celebrating 5 Years with WordPress!
In beautiful San Antonio, Texas, my Great-Auntie and her husband, while out hunting for a new residence, strolled along a busy thoroughfare lined with charming walkways. My great-uncle, who had recently retired, was looking forward to spending his retirement years with his lovely bride of many years. They were looking to downsize and thus, were … Continue reading Saved from what? You may ask.
Have you unexpectantly received some good news and then in the next moment down comes the bad? It’s like when someone tells you: I have bad news and good news; which one do you want to hear first? The good news: You are getting $2400 stimulus money. But the bad news, you owe $6300 to … Continue reading Fugacious Existence
“Rodrigo” (as I like to call him) and I had a lovely cookout the other day! The food was great, and the company was amusing 😉 but what thrilled me the most was the peaceful setting. No thoughts of a “Lockdown” or even a “virus;” No worry or care “called in” to interrupt that peace-filled … Continue reading The Third “P”
During this isolating pandemic period, I was motivated to read several books that are lying around the house longing for me to pick them up. One small book, easily digested but held a wealth of spiritual truth, is If You Will Ask by Oswald Chambers. This book, insightful and timely, is a testimony of Chambers’ … Continue reading From Praise to Prayer
Ashamedly, there have been multiple times in my life when I have told the Lord I could not praise Him in the midst of a difficult situation. After He provided the relief and I saw a resolution to the difficulty, I would praise Him. Yet, there are some heartrending complexities that remain to this day … Continue reading Sacrificed on the Altar: PRAISE
Five years have swiftly flown by! Did you feel it pass? Were there some lessons that were etched in your heart? We were elated to hear our oldest daughter, who had been married for 5 years, was going to have a baby. However, the Lord saw fit to take our very first grandchild after only … Continue reading Higher Ground