The further I traveled in my faith journey, the more God moved people in and out of my life.
The first diamond came out and we took it in for repair. All fixed. Then it happened again, then again, then three more.
Would I have been as good without my brother challenging me, being the antagonist that was his nature when it came to winning? I doubt it.
How do we find sanctuary in this busy world? Some people have plenty of places to get away from it all, a spare room, a basement, a patio, a closet (yes a closet), or a porch. Some, not so many choices. When you live in a home with children, pets, spouses, to-do lists, work, … Continue reading Music – Instant Sanctuary
Going under the speed limit, that's annoying. When someone else is slow, it becomes a frustrating game of patience and self-control. What if the slow person is you? Something's wrong with your vehicle, you feel terrible, and embarrassed. You wave those behind you to go around and mouth "Sorry" as they pass. When I get a Rheumatoid … Continue reading Under the Speed Limit: An RA Story
I was a broken vessel with pieces scattered. I had broken what He made long ago. I could no longer see parts of me. Pieces chipped, fell away. Completely shattered. I asked my Creator to take me over. I surrendered each fragment. I gave Him all my brokenness. He was there in the midst of … Continue reading The Broken Vessel: A Believer’s Story
My truth, raw and unfiltered. It pours out like water. My truth may not be what others want to know. My truth may be taken and examined under a microscope. I pray it does. I pray for inner reflection, to find the commonality, to see the possibilities. I want my truth to mean something to someone, … Continue reading Writing My Truth: A Writer’s Story