Monthly archive for ‘ September, 2014 ’

Pressing On

17th September 2014 | 0 Comments

I have been reading through the Old Testament prophets lately. Even though these books can often be overlooked, I have read them several times, so I’m a bit surprised when I find a verse that sounds “brand new”. It’s a good reminder of the fresh nature of God’s Word. No matter how often we may  […]

Heaven in a Garden

13th September 2014 | 0 Comments

Several weeks ago, a dear mentor and friend of mine named Win invited me to a garden party she was planning with several other dear spiritual friends. As she described the event I quickly nicknamed it a “heaven party” because it sounded just like what I long to experience on the other side of this […]

Entropy’s Demise

7th September 2014 | 0 Comments

For as long as we have owned a car it has always been a Honda. Our family, including parents and siblings are partial to these very reliable, high endurance vehicles. What is funny is that Roman has picked up on this and at six, is convinced there is no other car worth having. (No, this […]

We Were Made for This

3rd September 2014 | 0 Comments

Over the past nine months, I have been studying Greek as part of my continuing education for the ministry I am part of with Wycliffe Associates. It has been immeasurably gratifying even though my aging brain has also found it immensely taxing at times. I just love the way languages work. I am in mystified […]