Happy Miraculous Monday! Bill and I spent our weekend at the North Carolina Christian Writers Conference (NCCWC) sponsored by Serious Writer. It was excellent for so many reasons. Besides tiring in a good way, the long Saturday enabled us to hone our writing through classes, network with fellow Christian writers who […]
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 […]
An excerpt from my upcoming book, The Mystery of Jesus, A Tattooed King from the chapter explaining God’s Kingdom economy.
I’m feeling reflective today so I’m presenting a direct question we all need to answer. How am I living my life? For who? There are two ways to live our lives: the more self-absorbed way where you’re trying to store up all you can for yourself -OR- the -seeking the […]
Are you a dandelion Christian? When the Holy Spirit breathes on you, do you spread seeds of truth wherever you go, with signs following? Our pastor, Tim Franklin of Freedom Christian Center in Melbourne, FL said this during a sermon this year. It is a perfect explanation of how we can […]
My front lawn has weeds. Round dollar weeds spreading like wild-fire. We have to stay on top of them or they literally take over the grass. The front garden has weeds, too. They mock me daily, drawing attention from the flowers. Sometimes they sprout yellow flowers to disguise themselves, thinking […]
Last night (8/17/16) I dreamt that an African-American woman and I were sharing a meal. We were both eating open face meat sandwiches (hers was pork, mine beef). A favorite comfort food of mine in real life is an open-faced turkey sandwich with mashed potatoes, smothered in gravy … but […]
This is an excerpt from my book in progress, The Mystery of Jesus, A Tattooed King by Kathryne Leach, M.A. What is the book about? Unchurched folks and most Christians have an incomplete image of Jesus. People of His time thought He was Elijah, a fiery prophet whom they rejected due to […]