Posts Tagged ‘ faithfulness ’

What do you do with the “bad stuff”

28th February 2017 | 0 Comments

I’ll admit I’ve had a lot more of the “bad stuff” in my life than I ever expected. Growing up, I was a carefree child, with loving parents, a paradise for home, good friends, godly teachers, and unique multi-cultural opportunities. I’m also blessed with an optimistic personality and always had a positive outlook on life. […]


A Powerful Love

14th February 2017 | 0 Comments

Before I get into sharing on God’s amazing love, I wanted to say that I haven’t forgotten my promise of three more principles to guide us in facing the mountains in our lives. I said last week that I would write on that this week. And then this morning I realized it’s Valentine’s Day AND […]


Unlikely Worship

10th April 2012 | 1 Comment

My in-laws, the boys, and I visited Joel on Friday last week so we could share in a Good Friday service together. Of course, this is a bit tricky since the visitor room can get quite crowded and noisy, which indeed was the case on Friday. And this day was no exception. We are learning […]


The Lord’s Good Plan

16th March 2012 | 0 Comments

The boys and I are memorizing Isaiah 53 together. As we have memorized each verse we have talked about its meaning. This passage, although written in beautiful poetry actually describe the most unjust, heinous crime of all mankind against the only truly innocent Human to ever live.  Verse nine says, “He had done no wrong […]


Reputation

29th November 2011 | 2 Comments

A good reputation is of immeasurable value. Joel shared in one of his letters to a close friend how deeply he regrets the loss of his reputation. No amount of remorse can change what is. A reputation takes a long time to build, but can be destroyed with one sinful choice. Unfortunately, a reputation can […]