The question for today is: Are you going through a hard time in your life? Right now, people are suffering, feeling unsure of the future, and maybe a little weary of resuming life as we knew it before this virus shut down our lives, and stole loved ones from us. (I am so over seeing... Continue Reading →
I am a list maker. I get great satisfaction of marking things off my to-do list. I've even been known to add something to my list that I just complete so I can have the satisfaction of marking it off. Anybody out there do the same thing? I created this Bible Reading Check List just... Continue Reading →
Today we start a walk through Philippians. Thanks for joining me. This book is the letter Paul written to the people of Philippi while he was locked up in prison. Read the back story (the short version) of Saul/Paul in the previous post. If you don't know the story of how Saul, now called Paul, was... Continue Reading →
Anyone who says, "People don't change," never read the story of Saul/Paul. Originally named Saul, Paul was enemy number one to all Jesus followers. He made it his life's work to seek out and persecute Christians. And, when I say "persecute" I really mean he stoned, arrested, crucified, tortured, and killed all those who believed.... Continue Reading →
Mark 15:38 And the curtain of the temple was torn in two from top to bottom. 39 And when the centurion who stood facing Him saw Him (Christ) expire this way, he said, “Really, this Man was God’s Son.” Do you ever read scripture and just kind of skim over it because you don’t fully... Continue Reading →
Matthew 28:6 - He is not here, for He is risen, just as He said. Come, see the place where He lay." Don't forget to check out my Bible Journaling Freebies and subscribe so you don't miss any!
Which woman of the Bible do you identify with? That was the title of the online quiz. I knew the answer before I even took the quiz, yet I did anyway. The score confirmed my suspensions. I identify with Martha. Shocker. “She [Martha] had a sister called Mary, who also sat at Jesus’ feet and heard... Continue Reading →
I came of age in the 80s. It was a time when every teenage girl in my small town wanted to be like Madonna or Cyndi Lauper. “Girls just wanna have fun” was our anthem. Neon, large earrings, and funky prints were our uniform; Aquanet was our secret weapon. We were invincible. For kids, the... Continue Reading →