a beautiful grace

My early morning devotional led me to the third book of John–his letter to Gaius. And in this book there is only one chapter, 14 verses, and in that one chapter,...

Liz Curtis Higgs, one of my most favorite Christian writers and Bible teachers was teaching a series on her book, The Women of Christmas during the month of December and on...

After a long day at school and even a longer ride on the bus, it was always good to get to the place I called home.  On any given afternoon I...

It would have been much easier for Him to walk away.  Run to the silence, time alone with His Father. Time, no doubt He desperately needed to grieve and prepare for...

I opened the blind above my kitchen window letting in the early morning dark and there it was. A little shrub shaped like a Christmas tree in my neighbors’ front yard–twinkling...

She could have shut the door–said the words–I’m tired. Go away. I can’t do this anymore. Not today. But Rahab the Harlot, a woman included in Jesus’ family tree, she didn’t...

I’ve heard it said, ‘I can’t wait until 2020 is over. Done.’ But how is it we wish our days away when every precious moment of life is an undeserved gift?...

There’s this writing spider, she’s known as a “common garden” spider and she has taken up residence in my flower garden. Now, please keep reading because like many of you–I don’t...

The colors kept peeling–grain by grain as the tiny sander hummed the only song it knows how to sing. The colors–the darkest of scarlet, ocean blue, and white. This old rocking...

He was sitting at home in front of a screen on this Sabbath morning as many of us have done over the past six months—listening to the message–God’s word. The pastor...