Her name is Sara. Growing up, she was our next door neighbor and I don’t remember a time when I didn’t know her. Throughout her life, she’s held many roles: nurse, wife, mother, grandmother, even great-grandmother. She volunteered at the Christian elementary school I attended and at a teenage pregnancy center. Her story is long and rich, but to me, she will always be remembered as the woman who invited my Mom to church. Without a doubt, her invitation changed our lives
Jamie and I were driving in the car when a familiar song blasted through the sound system. It was a golden-oldie from our teen years by one of our favorite groups: DC Talk. Even though it was a favorite song, on that day, it was sobering to hear the words: What if I stumble What if I fall What if I lose my step and I make fools of us all? Will their love continue if my walk becomes a crawl? What if I stumble; what if I fall? (D.C. Talk, Jesus Freak, 1995) Great song---but
Recently I had the opportunity to spend a little girl time with one of my friends. Gotta say, it was so nice to have some time to talk about deep things, funny things, and just some plain old girl things. It was especially nice when my friend offered me a few pieces of her favorite chocolate. (I mean, girl time and chocolate, what is better than that??)
Let me say that the chocolate was DELICIOUS. It tasted so completely rich. Knowing that rich delicious chocolate do
Have you ever watched a movie or television show and been tempted to read the book the story on which it was based? That happened to me when I got totally hooked on a Hallmark Channel show and thought, "How fun would it be to relax a good book?" So I bought the Kindle version and prepared to enjoy.
Only the books were quite different from the television show. Even though the characters were still intriguing and their dialogue was still rich, I was surprised to find profa