I want to enter a time in my life where I am more focused on sharing the Love of God to people, instead of focusing on me and what I need or want in and out of life. So, I am beginning a weekly blog collection dedicated to just that. I have labeled it “Looking … More Looking Outward; a new journey…
I’m so excited to be expecting a new grandchild in February of 2016! I love all my grandies and adding one more is a great blessing to me. Another blessing to me is the ability to find out the gender of the baby months before it is actually born! I feel more connected to the … More Boy or Girl?
So, I am in the middle of week five of my higher education. I am attending a fully accredited University through their online campus. I have two classes every 7 weeks (with one week break in between). The path of my calling requires a Masters Degree. This means I am in week five of a … More Walk the Talk
When I was a child my siblings and I often made those can “phones”. For those of you under the age of 50 let me explain….we would take two empty cans mom had discarded. After we cleaned the cans well, we would use a nail and hammer to create a hole in the bottom of … More Can You Hear Me?
I don’t know about you but I’ve had a difficult week. For some reason, every once in a while, I feel irritable. Then I realize it has to do with feelings of inadequacies. Struggling with thoughts of what people really think of me. Then it hit me. I don’t have to let my mind go … More Set Your Minds
The other day a friend shared a painful experience in her life. A current thing. As I was listening to her, I found it hard to not try and “fix” what was wrong. Oh, it would have sounded really, really good. And really spiritual. I wanted to say something like…”Well, God has a plan for … More I’m sorry
This is a great word from Sunday. Pastor Lorelei delves into what rest really looks like. But I’m Not Tired from Zion’s River on Vimeo.
In my life, many people have come and go. And each of them is different. They have different walks with the Lord. Some don’t even claim Jesus as Savior of their life. Some are family and some are just acquaintances. Some of them have peaceful lives and happy marriages, but many others have difficult lives, … More As You Go…
I so enjoy my grandchildren. This morning my three year old grandson came flying up to me so excited that he had dressed himself. He was so proud of himself it was kinda hard to correct the way he had put his socks on…upside down. When I helped him we laughed and celebrated his victory … More All Grown Up!
So, I have to admit, I still have to sing the “Alphabet” song to remember the order of the letters that make up the English language. Thankfully, my children keep providing me with grandchildren so I get LOTS of practice!! Wouldn’t it be boring if we ever “arrived” at a level of learning? Isn’t it … More A..B..C..D..E..F..G…..