Last week, much of the world watched in shock as Notre Dame in Paris burned. Not knowing the extent of the damage, many feared that the entire cathedral would be lost. Although much was damaged, including the iconic spire, the cathedral remained largely intact. A poignant … [Read more...] about Light In the Midst of Loss
One of my favorite movies growing up was Swiss Family Robinson. There is a scene in the film where the eldest son, Fritz, finds himself in a river wrestling an anaconda. Rolling over and under, again and again, knife in hand, Fritz struggles to conquer the massive snake. … [Read more...] about Why Can’t I Get Over It?
I think it starts to occur around kindergarten. When mom turns off the TV for bedtime the united cry is, “it's not fair.” When our little ones come home from school and share their woes of not getting to play the position that they wanted in P.E., we hear another resounding, … [Read more...] about Life’s Not Fair
"One Thousand Gifts beckons you to leave the parched ground of pride, fear, and white-knuckle control and abandon yourself to the God who overflows your cup." This begins the description on the back of this wonderful book by Ann Voskamp. ( a link to her daily blog) I started … [Read more...] about The Gift of One Thousand Gifts
The world we live in today is not Heaven. I know, the understatement of the century. However, we don't want to forget that we begin our eternal life, the minute we accept Christ as our Lord and Savior. We don't wait until Heaven to start living with Jesus. Unfortunately, we … [Read more...] about Eternity Starts Now
I remember when I first attended our church. A woman I knew was having a women’s gathering at her home. She personally invited me. A stranger who would become a friend asked me to join a small group with her and a few others that night. Another invited me to have my questions … [Read more...] about Invitation to Come