While We Watch And Wait

The decision on whether to overturn "Roe" has been a long process. People have been waiting for years to see if this decision will change or remain the same. If the SCOTUS overturns "Roe", will the decision make abortion illegal nationwide, or will it simply return oversight to the states as it was before the... Continue Reading →

Finding Another Love

First Love by Chris Tomlin I can't help but wonder as I study the book of Revelation and the example of Babylon how much this represents, not only sin throughout history, but in our culture now. Babylon, throughout scripture represents and is a symbolic of a permeating worldview filled with wickedness. It seems that the... Continue Reading →

What If? Asking Questions About Life

Untold by Matthew West I haven't written now for over a month as my husband and I have been traveling, visiting family as well as for work purposes. Writing is something I am passionate about and when I write, it is usually something that means a lot to me. This week was the Forty-Seventh anniversary... Continue Reading →

TLGF

Our culture loves acronyms! I read texts and various forms of social media that use SMH(Shake My Head), BTW(By The Way) LOL and many other acronyms. I use some myself. Some are funny, some are used just to abbreviate what we want to say. Some are less than discreet and some represent organizations, or a... Continue Reading →

Preserving Life

One by one, states are standing up for life. Take for instance, this week in Alabama, their governor passed a very strict law with no exceptions even with instances of rape and incest.  Other states are passing laws allowing up to certain points in a baby’s development such as the heartbeat bill which says that... Continue Reading →

Showing Love or Hate?

This last weekend, May 4th 2019, Focus on the Family, went to New York City, specifically to Times Square, to display on the large screens, a live, 4D Ultrasound of a baby! They called this “ Alive from New York”. Focus on the Family received resistance and they were told “No”, they could not put... Continue Reading →

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