At times in my life, I have felt like a "lost girl" in a mixed-up world. Life can throw things at us that we don't understand. We have been pushed through life seemingly without any control of what is happening. We may never understand until we get to heaven but other times we can look … Continue reading How a Lost Girl of Sudan Found Healing, Peace & Purpose
A Jewel in His Crown by Priscilla Shirer created in canva.com I picked up this book for some insight into writing a post about self-esteem. As I expected, Priscilla Shirer is right on target. As with her preaching, she gets right to the truth of the matter and makes us look deep into our own … Continue reading How to Find the Right Husband
There is always more behind the scenes than you would guess. That's what's good about watching movies from real life or reading biographies. You can learn so much.
Typically when I read a book slowly, like this, it's because I am having trouble grasping the truth and I am not wanting to accept it. (ouch!) Thankfully, I am getting it. Read on!
Hate is strong and mocks the song 🙁 Do you hear the sound of Christmas bells this season? Sadly, 2019 this has been the Christmas song on my mind. I look at the headlines and watch the news. It saddens me that we must be at each other's throats. We can't seem to find anything … Continue reading I Heard the Bells on Christmas Day
Christmas is fast approaching and if we blink our eyes we will find ourselves enjoying Christmas Day. But all our plans to include Jesus in Christmas will have been thrown out with the wrappings. The way to have success is to plan ahead. My family always razzed at me because I was planning the next … Continue reading The Joy Of Including Jesus In Christmas
How 15 minutes a day will help you stay in love
I have never been a fan of scary movies or stuff about the afterlife. I was hesitant to watch this movie but I did. Here's a few thoughts
Two Book Reviews for your journey with grief
In 2008, I had two friends suddenly lose their husbands within a few months of one another. Since we were only in our 40s at the time, this was a real shock and it got me thinking about the reality of life and death. How one moment in time can forever change your life. Both … Continue reading Four Ways to Support Grieving Friends