Casting Crowns has a song that has many times resonated in my heart throughout this year. “Praise You in This Storm”. Not only has the pandemic hit us all hard in 2020, but it has kept me away from my 100 year old Dad and that has been much harder than I could have even imagined. Our family is in our own personal storm and sometimes breathing feels too much to do through my broken heart. Yet, I still believe that my hope …… read more
Well, I could write a book about her, but I won’t. To celebrate her birthday today I decided to let her words speak to you. She loved to sing, paint and to write. Here are a few of her poems. Read them carefully and you will get to know a little of the woman that I love and miss deeply.
I am blessed to still have my Dad in my life and in my 60’s. He is soon going to be 100 years old and….
Mom, I miss you. I live with great hope that the Jesus Mom taught me about and lived an example of what it is to be faithful to Him, is who she is with.
He is Risen! He is Risen indeed! Rings through out the Christian faith on each and every Easter Sunday. Although the fun around Easter Bunny is front line in marketing, the true meaning of easter isn’t about the cute dude with all the chocolate!
I have been a Christian for a long time, a really long time actually. Time is not a measure of maturity, both in physical age and in christian faith. It is 3:30 am and I am awake. As Wife, Mom, Mother in Law, Grammy, Daughter, Sister and friend my heart is heavy, Lots going on…
I opened my curtains and what did I see? This beautiful sky staring back at me. I was amazed at its beauty and stepped out through the door. I was greeted by a fresh breeze my soul was hungry for more. Our curtains in life surround us each day. We can make our choice to…
This morning it is as if my heart is overwhelmed with the inexpressible pain that some families of all nations and ethnicity are and will face. No group, faith, country or city is without risk of this virus. Through the weight of these tears then, how can I still say that God is STILL good?!
This thought has become especially close during this Covid-19 outbreak, pandemic actually. Many churches around the world have had to close the doors due to social distancing, yet they are working hard to find ways to communicate, teach and stand by those that attend their church and those that are seeking after God at this time.
Pick up a colouring book… be creative… take on crafts that require nothing more than imagination, some glue, paper and colors. Play games….Read a book… there are many good ones that I bet are hanging around your home.
With everything that is happening right now with Covid-19 and the affects on our communities, province, country and world the politicians are in a position that not one of them would have had any indication that they would have had to face.
COVID-19 is the big news story around the world right now. Fear grips many and our frailty as humans shows up in panic, just take a look at the toilet paper aisle in your local store, it tells the story.
This past week there have been many plans taken place for an event that we will never attend, ………our own funerals.
Lights are low, the quiet is pierced only by the sound of my slippers on the carpet. Leaning down I hear the soft sighs of this sleepy child… my child.. my children. I lean over and place a gentle kiss on their forehead and pull the covers up. Each night I whispered and thanked Jesus…
” I tried hard to reason with myself that just because the last two years had heartache to work through doesn’t mean the new year would be the same. I “tried” but found myself walking within a shadow of fear.”
“Christmas sadness and depression is a real “thing” for some, and one that deserves attention. Commercials paint families happy and life jolly, how can we help each other through seasons of Christmas sadness?”
“The heavens declare the glory of God; the skies proclaim the work of his hands” . Psalm 19:1 The heavens declare the glory of God; the skies proclaim the work of his hands. Day after day they pour forth speech; night after night they reveal knowledge. They have no speech, they use no words; no sound is heard from them. Yet their voice[b] goes out into all the earth, their…
Most times when we think of a 1st birthday it conjures up memories of a 1 yr old digging into a cake for the very first time. It brings smiles and a sense of happiness.
It has been awhile since I sat down to write in my blog. When my Mom passed away in June it was like my desire to write, paint, sing and garden was tucked away with her body as she was buried. I know my Mom is in the presence of Jesus and I know that…