Today is Father’s Day. I’ve been doing my homework this past week and I’ve learned some things about Father’s Day that all of you dads need to know. Let me let you in on what we’ve been suspecting all along.
“Momma.” I love the word! I love my momma. I’m no longer able to put my arms around her, kiss her, or tell her that I love her, but my love for her has not diminished since she went home
It is Resurrection Sunday. The pivot point of hope for the world. On Friday the hopes of all of those who had listened to Jesus, followed Jesus, and were convinced that He had to be the One–their hopes were crushed
It’s been a disastrous week…a rollercoaster of a week. What started out on a high note, showing lots of promise, ended like nobody could have ever imagined! You may be thinking that I’m talking about our current situation, but this
I heard thunder for the first time last week just as I was getting ready to go to bed and the storm rolled in. The thunder was a reminder to me that storm season, more importantly, tornado season, is just
Christmas is almost here. Little ones have been waiting, anxiously waiting for the big morning to arrive. They are expecting to find some of the things…no, let’s face the facts, they are expecting to see everything under the tree they’ve
The Christmas season is upon us. Christmas is an interesting time of the year here in the United States. Mention the word, “Christmas” and automatically it stirs images of nativity scenes, beautifully decorated homes with lights and tinsel, and Santa
For the past two weeks we have been studying the twelfth chapter of Hebrews and learning how we can run the race of faith. The writer of Hebrews has used the illustration of a runner to teach us that we