(The following questions about freedom were asked during a conference call with an online group I was in a couple of years ago. This post is a revised version of the original.) WHAT DOES FREEDOM MEAN TO YOU? What does it look like, sound […]
Rest is one of my favorite words. Just thinking about rest for the weary brings a calm feeling. We all need to remember to take breaks.
For it is by grace you have been saved, through faith—and this is not from yourselves, it is the gift of God—not by works, so that no one can boast. For we are God’s handiwork, created in Christ Jesus to do good works, which God […]
I remember mid-afternoon times. Kids were fussy. I was tired and wondered if I’d have strength to finish the day. Maybe you can identify.
My 2nd granddaughter came to visit for her 11th birthday. The first day we shopped and ate lunch out together. We played games each day.
There is no guest poster this week, so I’d like to share a poem I wrote a couple of years ago. It’s called Tea Time, Reading Time.
While I was watching it something dawned on me that wasn’t really such a unique revelation. It just sank in this time. Comparison is a trap.
I think we show part of the image of God through our imaginations. Using my imagination, I tried to incorporate bits of myself into the poem.
Sometimes my kids had big expectations. “Settle down, kids! It’s time to go to sleep.” I said that so many times when my children were young.
WHERE IS YOUR HAVEN Instead of going straight to my computer after breakfast this morning I headed outside to sit on the porch while the temperature was still fairly cool. I wanted to spend some time thinking about the Five Minute Friday word, haven, […]