A Verse For Today & Every Day
I’m really excited to reveal the cover and a bit of information about an upcoming anthology for which I am a contributing author. Abba’s Promise: 33 Stories of God’s Pledge to Provide, edited by Debra L. Butterfield, releases in paperback, November 2016. A peek at the back cover: From our smallest to our biggest need……
Today I want to share with you this quote that I came across as I read the book Chase the Lion – Jill ** photo is compliments of Pixabay.com
Today I simply wanted to encourage you with this quote – Jill ** photo is compliments of pixabay.com
Last year—shortly before we moved—I needed a diversion to the craziness of life, and decided to see what concerts were scheduled at the American Music Theater. Wynonna was in town, so I purchased a ticket to see her show. As I drove to the concert I chided myself for going. “I really should be at…
Sometime during the spring I began using Netflix, Amazon Prime, and the NBC and PBS apps to binge watch A LOT OF TV! Prison Break Endeavor Homefires Grantchester Mercy Street That Girl Columbo AGT, ANW, Spartan Races, Strong (Just to name a few) My binge watching continued through most of the month of June. But…
Funny. Witty. Easy to read and dotted with a southern drawl. I loved this book! In Giddy Up, Eunice, Sophie Hudson takes a look at the relationships between Mary and Elizabeth, Ruth and Naomi, and Lois and Eunice. Using modern day terminology, she adds anecdotal content to explain how friendships between generational gaps are not…
It’s inevitable. If you have a child, they will eventually be away from home . . . Which each flip of the calendar page, I realize the days are passing quicker than I want them to, and the kids are growing up faster than I anticipated. As such, I toggle between cutting the apron strings,…
I turned my back on them, forced my feet to move, and fought the tears that threatened to spill. My heart begged me to turn around, but my head knew I couldn’t. I walked on. The tears refused to cooperate, and I quickly wiped my eyes. Please don’t let them know. Please don’t let them…
The delivery system for Bible Studies has changed significantly over the years. In days gone by, the primary Bible study source was church curriculum distributed during Sunday school classes. Then, at some point, studies crossed over denominational boundaries and appeared in local bookstores. As various on-line purchase options sprouted, the Bible study phenomenon further exploded.…
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