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
Thankful for time to share Jesus. Jim and I traveled to Bishop, CA as I spoke for an “Evening of Hospitality.”
What a wonderful way to bring together women for an evening of encouragement.
“Therefore, since we are receiving
“The stars may fall, but God’s promises will stand and be fulfilled.” J.I.Packer Don’t you just love this quote?
In case you and I need a refresher on the Promises of God: here are 10 Powerful Bible Verses for
Thank you Heavenly Father. Thank you, Family & Friends.
Our Unquenchable Faith event on 9/18/17 was a wonderful success.
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First, I want to give praise to God from “We always thank
October 17, 2017. Today is the eight-year anniversary of the death of Paul Eugene Giesbrecht. It’s hard to know what to do with the anniversary of someone’s death. It definitely should not be forgotten. Yet it’s stressful to
How Big Is Your God?
If you’ve ever second-guessed a decision you’ve made, you are in like company. Henrietta Mears, the founder of Gospel Light was asked at the end of her life, if you could do anything different
What’s Your Name?
“Becky, Kathy, Casper, Ginger, oh whatever your name is…” mom’s voice was shrill and exasperated by the time she went through the list of names in our household. She was adamant and
It was a regular Monday morning – I was getting ready for my work week. Planning, organizing, praying for my husband and family. According to my schedule I had chosen to stay off social media until absolutely necessary. And
Monday Motivation begins with planning, preparing and of course, praying. I hope you are ready for these five essential tips from overseas. Yes, the time we spend is very important. So let’s begin today with the prayer of Moses
I remember a few years ago I overheard my preschool son tell his sister, my elementary aged daughter, “You are not the boss of me.” There was another time, this time, I was an employee. The woman who was