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Lead Me to the Cross

Lead Me to the Cross

During the Easter season, I’ve always enjoyed the pretty colors of jelly beans. In honor of the love that Jesus had for us to die on the cross and rise again, I have composed a poem with rhyming stanzas that highlight colors in a jelly bean bowl. I pray that you...
The Problem in the Pantry

The Problem in the Pantry

The stench gripped my nose. I felt like I could throw up. Normally when you open a pantry, you shouldn’t feel a regurgitation reflex, but recently, it happened. In my pantry! So, when a family member opened the pantry closet door, the awful oder creeped through...
Observant

Observant

Go back in time to a remote mountainside in Israel where crowds by the thousands had followed Jesus. He healed legs so they could walk, made blind eyes see and gave voice to those who could not talk. Can you picture him with thousands of men, women and children...
The Unexpected

The Unexpected

God’s plans for us are not always apparent.  Just as the strange closing of public places seemed to isolate us and interfere with our lives during the Coronavirus pandemic, sometimes there are situations that develop which we could have never seen coming that...
Great Things

Great Things

My heart rejoiced when I saw the text from my husband. We’ve prayed and sought God’s will, bringing our requests to Him. His text showed me how God is answering the prayer by revealing what He wants us to know. He is doing great things and has done great...
Come and See

Come and See

Season 2 of my podcast, Garage Pod, launched today! I invite you to come and see, or come and listen! Here is the link to my Podcast:...

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