What is your ONE WORD for 2021? Read on to read about ours.
We're taking the week off. Here's a fun Q & A post we did last summer 2019.
Welcome to our 1st Anniversary Celebration blog edition! We have had loads of fun delivering to you our best.
Michele and I are amazed at how fast this first year of blogging has flown by. We hope that you have been enjoying the ride with us
I lack the words to tell you the effect this weekend has had on me. I went to visit my dear friend, Debra at the nursing home. She is fighting Stage 4 Brain Cancer. Besides the chemotherapy and some kind of radiation cap that she had to wear all the time, Debra has had two … Continue reading Cancer: What Can a Friend Do?
As we approach the final days to Christmas, Mandy and I would like to share with you some of our favorite childhood memories of Christmas. We hope that you will enjoy and be blessed by our memories. We wish you all a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year! My First Childhood Memory of Christmas: … Continue reading Sharing a Few Christmas Memories
Luke 10:41-42 The Message (MSG) 41-42 The Master said, “Martha, dear Martha, you’re fussing far too much and getting yourself worked up over nothing. One thing only is essential, and Mary has chosen it—it’s the main course, and won’t be taken from her.” How Do We Keep Christ in Christmas? In our anticipation of Christmas, we often … Continue reading How to Keep Christ in Christmas
Remember hOW wE gOT hERE We wish you great happiness during this Thanksgiving holiday, a day of remembrance that is fast losing its importance in our society. But we encourage you to take time to stop and remember why we celebrate. Just as God instructed the Israelites to stop and remember the events that He … Continue reading Happy Thanksgiving from Mandy and Michele
When I read this article, I could so relate to the loneliness Laurie felt. I, too, was very lonely when I first left for college. I asked Laurie if I could reprint her article here on the blog and she graciously accepted. A Random Note at My Door Laurie Rambo, guest contributor Let all that … Continue reading A Random Note at My Door
Thanksgiving is just around the corner and we'll soon have family and friends around the table. So I asked my friend, Sue Donaldson to share a little about hospitality Hospitality is Hard: How to Host Without Complaining I’ll do hospitality, but can’t I complain? (Just a little?) There are some gray areas in Scripture, but … Continue reading How to Host Without Complaining