“Merry Christmas” read the sign in the store window. But I’m keenly aware of friends who are not feeling merry or bright this year due to the recent deaths of loved ones. We all understand how loss feels. Permanent. Deep. Everything gets shaken up. That vital person is not present. […]
** Meme excerpt from The Mystery of Jesus, a Tattooed King by Kathryne Leach. This book releases in January 2020 so check back soon for your copy.
An excerpt from my upcoming book, The Mystery of Jesus, A Tattooed King from the chapter explaining God’s Kingdom economy.
Accept the anxiety of feeling yourself in suspense and incomplete. This is the place of transition we are in now. It’s not easy or fun, yet I know it will end and we will emerge better for it.
“Therefore do not cast away your confidence, which has great reward” – Hebrews 10:35 NKJV I’m writing this post for my family and many friends in the state of Florida who are hunkered down behind shuttered windows waiting for hurricane Dorian to pass. Hopefully, their electricity is on so they can […]
Here is the garden statue that inspired the title to my devotional activity journal, Lion in My Garden. I discovered him a few years back while vacationing at a rental cabin in West Jefferson, North Carolina. Hubby and I wandered out on Highway 163 in Ashe county to photograph barn quilts. […]
Originally posted on Firebrand Notes:
“Body Zero – Radical Preparation For the Return of Christ” has been out for almost one month now. It’s been an exhausting and exhilarating month of social media, events, packaging, daily trips to the Post Office and…a gradual easing into rest. As though the finest…
June was a time of transition for Bill and I (see Trusting God in the In-Between). We completed our permanent interstate move from Florida to North Carolina, arriving July 9. The usual ten-hour drive took thirteen as we were hauling a trailer, but it was a peaceful, enjoyable ride. No accidents […]
Originally posted on Just Thinking Aloud:
We are almost across the finish line! I am finishing up the supplemental study guide for the Overcoming Church Hurt & Abuse today. This book was birthed out of conversations with clients from deep inner healing sessions and a friend who said, “We need…
After my husband divorced me in spring 1992, I was a thirty-four-year-old, emotionally devastated, beautiful but angry woman. An angry heart corrupts physical beauty because as hard as we try to mask it, anger ekes out through our tone, facial expressions, words, and behaviors. Those two years subsequent to the […]