When You’re Not Really You

No matter how hard I tried, I couldn't get past the 16th. It was a bummer, too, because that was less than halfway. I'm talking about Genesis, here. I mean I read it. Over and over. I studied it. I mapped locations and read definitions. But I couldn't write a Bible Study past the 16th chapter. And that's got to be the worst thing ever because lemme tell ya, nobody buys HALF a Bible Study. Now truth be told, we may only read half of it because we get distracted and life, and squirrels, and you ... VIEW POST


Desperate Times, Desperate Measures

I started this post with a list of recent terrorist attacks and facts - Nice, France. Orlando. Baton Rouge. Dallas. People extinguished because of pure hatred. But I deleted them. Because you don't need me to tell you about them. You don't need me to rip the bandage off the wound that is trying to heal. We are trying to heal, aren't we? We're trying to understand all races and lifestyles, and how a police wife kisses her husband each morning not knowing if he'll come back that night alive, ... VIEW POST

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Give What You Have

Earlier this year, I was part of the Raising Generations Today Writing Team. I thought I'd share a post from January 26th.   Hope you enjoy!   This year for their birthdays, my kids decided that instead of having a big party, they preferred to have a sleepover with one or two favorite friends. My daughter had her sleepover on a Saturday and invited one friend. Somewhere along the way another girl was added, and one friend became two friends. Then the following ... VIEW POST


When Your Light Is Dim

I am one of those rare individuals who has always loved Mondays. It’s like New Year’s Day every week. A brand new chance to fix what I screwed up last week. A brand new chance to spread joy throughout the land and spread His light to those around me. I recently volunteered at the Extraordinary Women conference. It’s the second year in a row I’ve served on the “Greeting” team, and this particular year I was the Greeting Team Leader. As a greeter, you’re the first person someone sees when they ... VIEW POST