celebrating 30 years today

To my life-long Love, Thirty years just doesn’t seem long enough. You still amaze me. My heart still dances when you enter a room. You can make or break my day with a single look. As long as we’re passing through this world on the same train, I think today might be a good dayContinue reading “celebrating 30 years today”

inviting the rain

“He will endure as long as the sun, as long as the moon, through all generations. He will be like rain falling on a mown field, like showers watering the earth. In his days the righteous will flourish; prosperity will abound till the moon is no more.” Psalm 72:5-7 Today, thanks to Hurricane Bonnie, (andContinue reading “inviting the rain”

oh, the depth

Everything used to be so black and white. Right was right. Wrong was wrong. No shades of gray or overlap of good and bad. No uncertainty. . .no struggle. I’m not sure when  it happened but somewhere along the way, amazing Technicolor™ entered the picture. Technicolor Truth didn’t look like my old version. It hadContinue reading “oh, the depth”

pray for Shirley Dobson

Shirley Dobson, wife of Dr. James Dobson, and founder of the National Day of Prayer, is giving a deposition today, November 10, from 8:30 to 4:30, defending her position to ask our nation’s President and legislature to pray for our country. She is being sued. I ask you to join me today in earnest prayerContinue reading “pray for Shirley Dobson”

oh me of little faith

 Every once in a while, when going to church becomes a half-hearted act of obedience and doubt floods our thoughts, we get a big God hug that shakes us to the core. This was the case last Sunday, as I recorded the 21st of 24 scriptures to commit to memory for the year. I hadContinue reading “oh me of little faith”