A few weeks ago during the quiet morning hours I was reflecting on all that God has done in 2018. So many changes!!! And yet, as I listed one after the other I could see that every change—even the ones that were unexpected and intimidating at first—produced good results in our lives.
Looking ahead toward 2019, this reflection reminded me of God’s faithfulness. That He really does have a plan and a purpose for our lives. If we faithfully follow Him, we can trust Him to
We were in the kitchen, making peanut butter fudge and wrapping Christmas presents while big band Christmas music filled the air. There was Dean Martin, Bing Crosby, and even to my brother’s chagrin, a little Michael Buble thrown in here and there.
Then, almost out of the blue, a different tune filled the room. Among all of the crooners, they played a beautiful piano version of “Amazing Grace”.
As I was wrapping a gift I thought, “Hmmmm….that’s not very Christmas
The other day I was trying to remember when something happened. Because I’m not as young as I used to be I could not place the exact time frame of an event until I sat down with pen and paper (super old school) and began making a list. On one side of the page I listed the past ten years, and then beside each year I listed the significant things that happened during each Christmas season. Much to my surprise, this memory challenge did more than help me remember the age of an
Although I’ve never actually watched an episode of Sponge Bob Square Pants, I have to admit that one of my favorite Christmas songs is their “Don’t be a Jerk, It’s Christmas”. In fact, I may have used it over the years as a ringtone for certain people who could stand to apply this advice to their lives.
I think if we were going to be honest, we could all admit that we know people who could stand to hear these words of wisdom. People whose presence lights up the holiday s