Today's Blessing

Consider Noah in the Bible. He started building a boat in the middle of a field because God said it was going to rain. However, before the fulfillment of God’s word to Him, He built for decades. Even more astounding, no one had even seen rain before, as dew had previously watered the earth. God will come through sweet mom ~ do not grow weary.

But when the fullness of the time had come …". (Galatians 4:4, NKJV)

summer fun

I love watching the Winter and Summer Olympics. Listening to athletes share their journey to excellence and watching them perform; is just plain wonderful. They have such perseverance and grit – all of them reaching the top of their game. You can be sure this summer I’ll be watching!  Incredibly, even now as you read […]

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In Despair – Waves Too High My son decided to enter a triathlon and once he signed up, he knew the swimming component would challenge him. To better prepare for this part of the race and living far from a pool, he trained in a nearby pond for many months. Some days it was cold. […]

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  We Are Not Home Yet I remember my first mission venture. After 17 hours flying time, not to mention layovers – I arrived at the airport … not at my destination which was 2 hours up country; just at the airport. I looked around. Nothing looked familiar. No one looked familiar. I didn’t know […]

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Sarah Needed Patience Perhaps you have heard the story of Abraham and Sarah in the Bible. God promises them a child and when that child does not come – Sarah takes matters into her own hands. She doesn’t wait on God’s timing. We certainly find Sarah’s solution to her problem appalling. To believe another woman’s […]

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So Great A Price I watched with fascination a documentary on lions. In particular, a pride of starving lions. They had encircled quite a group of elephants and were staring down their supper – their babies …  baby elephants. The grown elephants growled, roared and kicked up clouds of dust. In an attempt to ward […]

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