Give us today our daily bread (Matthew 6:11). The place where my family worships recently participated in World Communion Sunday, the first Sunday of every October since 1933. Amazing, isn’t it? That His people all around the world shall take and eat His body broken and drink the wine of the new covenant on the … Continue reading Manna for Today
The heart of the wise is in the house of mourning, but the heart of fools is in the house of pleasure (Ecclesiastes 7:4). As I continue to walk with Jesus further and further away from the person I was … I realize how incredibly rich I am. When I met my husband, I was … Continue reading Seeking His Wisdom
Jesus paid it all. All to Him I owe. Sin had left a crimson stain. He washed it white as snow~ Without Jesus, I would still be dying or flat out dead. Only He knows that “what if” I didn’t choose to follow Him. So here I stand. Alone in the calling. Speak and write, … Continue reading Finding His Way for My Life
There is a time for everything, and a season for every activity under the heavens (Ecclesiastes 3:1). Only God knows. But I think it is entirely possibly that we, the group of women at the retreat, hit every activity listed in Ecclesiastes 3:2-8. It has taken me all week to pray and process because Jesus … Continue reading A Women’s Retreat: A Time for Everything
Having a new job is an adjustment. I haven’t worked outside the home for a number of years. If you haven’t heard, I began as a crossing guard the same day our boys returned to school. Sometimes it is quiet on the middle school corner. No passing cars. Just secret chirping of the grasshoppers. The … Continue reading When You Don’t Know Where to Start
Thank you for joining me for another blogversary. I confess I told a fellow blogger and brother in Christ it was four years this month. Fully confident, I let it go knowing WordPress would remind me. Nope. Just three. But wow. But God. As I look back over the past three years, my soul clenches … Continue reading Standing Firm with 3 Years of Blogging!
As I pulled into the parking lot on Harrisburg’s City Island, my stomach quick-dropped like an elevator in a city skyscraper. Numerous rows of cars. Instead of searching a spot to fit in, I went to the far edge. I needed a moment. Lord, I sense heaviness. I am here to be Your light, but … Continue reading #OutoftheDarknesswalk #StopSuicide