This new year has barely begun, bringing new opportunities and new lessons to learn. I want to learn to abide in love and savor the moments.
What do you do when you want to write poetry, but you have no inspiration? I’m sure everyone has their own ideas, and I also have my own. Today, I will share three easy ways to discover inspiration when it seems to be illusive.
What if we could become more like children who have such childlike wonder. Maybe we, too, would feel joy and hope with even simple things.
Writing a clogyrnach variation poem was fun but definitely a challenge! After many words, thoughts and trials, I finally settled on a poem.
True hope trusts in the finished work of Jesus on the cross and His resurrection. We rest in the promises of God, knowing that He hears and answers prayer.
Hope is something we all need to keep us from losing our joy or falling into despair. This year I want to creatively explore hope my #oneword.
Serving by giving almost comes naturally to me because my mother set a good example of creatively serving others and bringing joy.
As my son and I sat on the porch, we began to wonder, as we had in the past, why the sky looks so bright in the east at sundown. Where does the light come from?
What are murmurs of peace, and how can we hear them throughout our days? We each may have different experiences that wake up certain memories of times we felt calm and peaceful. But the connecting cord that binds us is the Holy Spirit, who Jesus […]
Valley and Peak are the words for the weekly haiku challenge this week at Ronovan Writes. We often talk about times in our lives as valleys and peaks. Usually we are not too happy in the valleys and want to climb back up to the […]