Monthly archives for October, 2019

Invisible Presence

With my son’s 3rd birthday coming up next week, I have done a lot of reminiscing. One of my thoughts was of how my son’s birth ultimately saved my life. During my pregnancy, I developed symptoms that I would later find out were from a brain tumor. The hormones during pregnancy had made it grow […]

Not Crushed

Our new sermon series at church is called “Pressure Points”. Wow! Very powerful lessons because who doesn’t have daily pressures? Young working moms trying to juggle every aspect of life and thinking everything HAS to be perfect because what would people think? Oh I did that for many years. I called it the “supermom” syndrome […]

Refining

This past week I had the privilege of receiving a sermon from the front row of the church instead of sharing a sermon from the platform. My friend, Jerry, challenged our faith family during his message in the area of drawing closer to the Son, Jesus Christ. One of his primary points involved the illustration […]

Get Back Up

If you knew me personally, you would know I have been knocked down my share of times in life; either by my own doing or by something else in the world. There were times when I thought I could never get back up and push forward again, but I did! How did I do that you might ask? Sometimes, I wonder that myself and […]

Contentment

We are called to keep our focus on Jesus, not our problems. Keeping focus is not always easy; in fact, at times, it’s impossible. A great example is my soon to be 3 year old grandson. If he is engulfed in his favorite cartoon or playing with his friends, I have to grab his attention […]

Faith Walk

Acts 16:6 says, “Paul and his companions traveled throughout the region of Phrygia and Galatia, having been kept by the Holy Spirit from preaching the word in the province of Asia.” Can you remember a time in your life when you KNOW that the Lord prevented you from going somewhere or doing something? Spoiler alert: In […]

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