I was taking a break from updating my website theme (the previous one was no longer available), and while I was scrolling my Facebook posts, I came across an image similar to the below. I have never seen a meme about it before though. Most of the time, I know the almighty Father has stepped … More Remember to give Thanks
“Forgive them Father, for they know not what they do” Luke 23:34 … More With Broken Wings
When I was young and innocent, I was protected with a bubble of love from the realities of the world. I listened and did what the adults around me told me to do, the ‘do as I say’ rule. I learned how to develop my character by mimicking what I saw around me. Luckily, I … More Being Christian: What we “say” vs what we “do”
Every day during C.O.V.I.D., people around the globe are getting by, wondering when life will return to normal. Some are calling it the ‘new’ normal. I don’t want to get caught up in the whirlwind of labeling current events to help me cope. The riots and protests, election day violence concerns, the virus, the prophetic … More Working Remotely During COVID and what it’s taught me about my faith in God
I am watching Independance Day and Bill Pullman is giving a speech right before the last attempt to save humans from alien annihilation. As a writer, I love this speech for the powerful content and emotional pull. This is proof that the pen is mightier than the sword. This has me thinking.. What if… Aliens … More What if… “Independence Day Movie CLIP – The President’s Speech (1996)
I’ve been watching the current events transpiring here in America and it brings me to tears. All manners of thoughts and emotions ripple through me, from anger, to sadness, to empathy. I prayed to the Lord for his intervention because we need it. This should not be happening, and neither should the events leading up … More The 4th of July, Current Events, Our Lord, and How They Come Together
reading the book, How to Win Friends & Influence People by Dale Carnegie for a book club and found this….. I never considered reading this book, but now that I have started, I’m intrigued to see how it ends. The above quote reminds me of Galatians 5:22-26: “But the fruit of the Spirit is love, … More Dale Carnegie and His Lesson on the Fruits of the Spirit
Time to burst some bubbles….. sorry if it hurts, but as beautiful as it sounds, there is no Scriptural reference that states the Eyes are the Window’s to the Soul. Nope… nowhere. Let’s take a look in the New Testament, specifically the books of Matthew and Luke. Yep, you read it correctly. Two Apostles wrote … More Eye’s are the Lamp of the Body, not windows to the Soul
Love is the Key and Now is the time to let it flow During this difficult time it’s our responsibility to behave as a Child of God Hello all. How are you all doing during home confinement, or as essential workers? I am working remotely and while I love my 2 second commute to my … More During this difficult time, it’s our responsibility to react and behave as a Child of God
Hello everyone. We are all keeping ourselves busy while traversing through the Covid-19 challenge. I am lucky to be able to remotely work from home, and am busy creating outside work hours. Below is a link to a post on my Facebook page showing a few items I am working on. Check out my link … More Keeping Myself Busy during Social Isolation
Happy Easter my brothers and sisters in Christ. Imagine it was today that Jesus has risen. How would you feel? Would you cry tears of joy? I know I would. Stay healthy everyone!
I spend time with the Lord on many and varied occasions. Sometimes we craft jewelry, write a post on this blog, share a cup of coffee, and even take walks. I converse with him, as I would a close and trusting friend. There’s not one secret, fear, wish, hope, nor moment of gratitude and thankfulness … More Of The Sun and Shade: Our Lords Love and Protection
He tends his flock like a shepherd: He gathers the lambs in his arms
and carries them close to his heart; He gently leads those that have young. Isaiah 40:11 … More Fighters, Fire Starters, and Peacemaker’s
JRR Tolkein wrote: Not all those who wander are lost. That may be true for most. Although God does not provide a roadmap for navigating life, he does provide a compass via the Holy Bible. If you haven’t read the Bible lately or not at all, I recommend starting with Proverbs. What is your favorite … More Roadmaps For Christians?