I am a woman of many moods and they all require chocolate. If chocolate were prescribed for feelings, maybe dark chocolate would be given for occasional bouts of depression. With financial trouble, possibly chewy caramel and nuts with
I believed a lie for two decades. It was something I had been told when I took ballet as an 8 year old, and some of the other students commented on my appearance. They said, “You are fat” –
Poor, Hungry, Desperate
I did a lot of soul searching upon my recent re-entry from a mission trip to one of the poorest countries in the world – Uganda. Extreme poverty is defined as living on $1.25 or less
Happy New Year!
I hope you are full of joy and hope for 2018.
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What’s new for you? I am thrilled to see lives restored every day.
Last week, I
My new husband Jim and I began decorating for Christmas in our new home Thanksgiving weekend. He and I, both previously widowed, have found joy in putting thought into our new Christmas traditions as we blend our families and lives
The First Noel
My Christmas season wouldn’t be compete without the singing of “The First Noel.”
Did you know this is the one Christmas carol that narrates the whole story of the birth of the Lord…
Joy to the World!
Joy is in the air during the holidays. Children laughing, families gathering, church services full of song and praise.
“Joy to the World” is one of the most popular and celebratory Christmas
Are you counting down the days before Christmas? Whether we use a wall calendar with openings for each day or read a daily Bible verse to prepare for the celebration of the birth of Jesus,
“Come on in, we have a place for you.” Doesn’t it feel good to be welcomed, to a friend’s home or family gathering? Especially at church, it’s great to feel like you fit in. I am thankful the church I
Advent is Upon Us
shares how to prepare your home, heart and humans through Advent.
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Are you preparing your home for Christmas? Decorations, preparations and renovations? What about your heart? Have