God is so faithful isn’t He? I’ve been struggling so much lately with acceptance and condemnation. And yet, God has shown Himself so faithful. While I’ve been in tears, he’s been right there next to me. Even when I don’t see Him. And when I finally look up from my struggles, there He is faithful and true, wrapping His arms around me to let … Read More Turning Toward Home
I’ve been watching Kathie Lee Gifford for many years, including when she worked with Regis Philbin. She is loved, liked and respected by many! She has been given many compliments and accolades, saying “we will miss you” this week, as she is leaving the Today Show! I admire how she is unafraid to share her faith with those she knows personally and also those … Read More Who’s Watching You?
I wrote a post last week called Life- Now and Later. This was about living not only for today, but setting goals that will make a difference in our lives, now, later and for eternity. I’ve been thinking about why it is important to make a difference for others as well. After watching the news this morning, I saw a consistent theme from those … Read More Make Life Count
Growing up, I liked some movies whose story setting was New York City! On a few trips, our family would pass New York City, but I never went inside this city. Last year, I went on a business trip with my husband to northern New Jersey and wanted to go but didn’t have the opportunity yet. We are here again on another trip and … Read More Life, Now and Later
In western society we have a lot of ways to identify ourselves and others. We have driver’s licenses, passports, social security cards, birth certificates, and employment IDs. Some people even make a big issue to build their identity around their race, gender and other attributes. What is the purpose in all the ways we attempt to categorize ourselves and others? To build a meaningful … Read More May I See Your ID Please?