Do you ever wonder how to incorporate what you hear the Holy Spirit saying into your writing? This video describes how I hear the voice of the Lord and encourages you with some scripture passages about writing. If you desire more, check out this post-God is Breathing Upon His Writers, […]
We are having a false spring in the North Carolina foothills. Daffodils are bursting through the soil on January 13, far earlier than their usual March appearance due to a week of temperatures in the 55 to 65 range. Although quite welcome, I’m concerned about how my precious King Alfred […]
It has come to my attention that certain segments of society consider God a misogynist. I choose not to magnify them but it is obvious who they are. They will likely not read this obscure blog, but I am compelled to tell of my personal experiences with this Christian God […]
My husband plans most of our adventures. From day trips antiquing to longer excursions farther away, he enjoys researching and scouting out fun things to do. When I see that look in his eye, I’ll ask, “What’s the plan, Stan?” As we round the bend on 2019 and enter a […]
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Photo by VisionPic .net on Pexels.com “You are the reason for the season. Jesus is the answer.” Love that quote, but I kind of choked on it at first, had some trouble swallowing it. It’s become fashionable to say, “Jesus…
Today is Sunday, December 22, 2019 – three days before Christmas. I woke up refreshed after a full night’s sleep (can I get a witness?), yet not excited about the holiday. Why? Because this year is different. No kids or grandkids coming over for our usual Christmas Eve dinner and […]
“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. […]
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.