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If Moody were still alive, I would hug him for this.

My friends, it is so easy to find fault; it takes neither brains nor heart. There are many professed Christians who are all the time finding fault and criticising ...


Mother’s Day … From the Viewpoint of an Infertile Woman

I wrote this article several years back when I was writing and editing for It describes the feelings I wish I had shared with my pastor back when I was the woman crying in the pew. Now that my husband is the pastor, we handle Mother’s read more

Dinner and a Show (part 1)

While on our trip to the East Coast, we witnessed an unexpected outburst by an old woman. I'll give you all the details in another post, but for now, here's an old post that came to mind while I was mulling it all over.


Something I wrote about six years ago for Dave, and shared last night during my teaching on Proverbs 31. Just a reminder that our homes should be a place of respite; a refuge in which weapons are dropped and the wounds of a day are healed.

He’s read more

Wild Kingdom

I’m at the home of my very lovely friends, Terry and Nancy Clark enjoying a little rest between a women’s retreat at Twin Peaks (which was wonderful) and my flight home tomorrow night. We spent read more

This Moment

It’s just a bowl of oatmeal. Scotch cut; nonfat milk; a hint of real maple syrup, added in a last-second burst of indulgence. The coffee is a tad on the cool side — enough to notice; not enough to drive me from this chair. But I ground read more

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