Jesus, it’s me Calling out for mercy Needing to feel your grace, again! Separating the lies from truth, Your truth. You are truth! Stumbling keeps me mindful of how desperately I need you, your mercy, your grace. Though my offenses are as scarlet, You make them white as snow. My […]
Cleaning my desk, I ran across a letter I wrote my adult daughter in 2008 after the birth of her first daughter. I publish it here, dedicated to every mother and grandmother who loves at a distance or has ever felt the sting of failure. If your mother is in […]
Conflict and misunderstandings are a part of life. While self-service is good in food service, it has no part in relationships. Don’t give a self-serving apology just to placate your own guilt, check your motive. Read about wording your apologies so they are readily accepted, bearing balm to the wounded soul, causing that party to grant you the merciful forgiveness key to restoring broken trust and rapport.
HOPE GRACE, JUSTICE, KINDNESS. FREEDOM, MERCY. LIFE. Question: What links all these words and concepts? Answer: Jesus! The lyrics in Big Daddy Weave’s song, “My Story” explain it perfectly. I love this song! Love, love, love it! It has become my prayer, my hearts desire. “If I told […]
Last week I was priviledged to have my writing featured on The True Vine, a Jeffrey Perry blog. The topic is humility and the link is here for your reading pleasure. Walk Humbly by Faith
We’ve all known someone with that special talent or quality that makes them stand out. Think NFL QB Tim Tebow, NFL Hall of Famer Dan Marino or Scottish singer Susan Boyle. It’s referred to as the x factor: an indescribable quality or a noteworthy special talent that sets them apart. […]