Ephesians 6:13 Most of you have probably read or heard about the Armor of God talked about in Ephesians. Thankfully, we don't all have to walk around in heavy metal and leather armor, carrying a sword and shield. What we need to put on is much lighter, invisible, and stronger than any armor ever made! [...]
There is a passage in 1 Thessalonians 4:11-12 I love and it describes how to have peace and have all your needs met. It is short and simple, yet profoundly difficult. 1 Thessalonians 4:11-12 "Brothers & Sisters, we urge you to love even more and make it your goal to lead a peaceful life, mind [...]
Discussions on Grief Without my permission, against my will, I became a member of a club called the "Widow's Club." At the same time, I was given admission to another club, The Single Person's Club. I had never been a member of either. There's nothing wrong with the second one. Everything was wrong with the [...]
It's Knitting Wednesday Yes - She's the Most Beautiful Great Granddaughter in the World! The Dress is Nice Too. She is perfection! I made this dress for Autumn. I got the pattern from Ravelry. If you haven't discovered them yet, go there right now by clicking on the name above. They have so many patterns [...]
Take Control over your obsession. Step up to the Heavenly Places and put it under your feet. You have the power.
As many of you know, like millions of others, I fought a battle with colorectal cancer, going through cancer and recovery. At the end of June, 2015 I went in for my very first colonoscopy. My husband, who had passed away 11 months earlier, had been very ill and my entire focus had been on [...]
Walk the old path. That labor of love and obedience may end with the surprising reward of rest. It may be overgrown and little used, but if you take it, it can lead you deep into a treasure. Jeremiah 6:16 says this, "Eternal One (to the people): Stand at the crossing, and consider the ancient [...]
Creating Light is our Superpower!
If there’s a puzzle in your life that you put away, call a couple of friends, get the puzzle out of the closet, and go to work!
Cancer and Following in His Footsteps taught me new lessons. In 2016, eleven months after my husband passed away, I was diagnosed with colorectal cancer and began the not-so-fun process of chemo, radiation, and major surgery – twice.