Category Archives : Faith

The Potter and the Clay

Do you feel ugly, worthless, useless? Are you going through what seems like a fiery trial? Are you needing some encouragement for your parched soul today? I recently came across this piece of writing from my friend Jeanie. It’s beautifully encouraging. With her permission, I’m sharing it with you. May God use it to speak […]

Me of Little Faith 6

I was 1.7 miles away from my home when I arrived at my turn-around point. That was the third time my feet had carried me that far in a week. It’s my favorite route for my walk. As I made my turn to start my trek back home, I was startled when I saw it. […]

25 Things God Says You Are 3

We can let almost anything try to tell us who we are. Even a silly pair of shorts, as I shared in yesterday’s post. Who or what are we listening to regarding our status, our worth, our image, and who we are? Others’ opinions of us? Circumstances and situations? The scale in the bathroom? The […]

Reminder: Who You Are 8

The day had come. I pulled down the basket off my closet’s top shelf that sat unattended for the last seven months. As I peered into it, my heart picked up it’s beating pace. It felt as if it would beat straight out of my chest. “Will I be able to fit into these from […]

Temptation and French Fries 8

Put a plate full of French fries in front of me, and my best intentions of eating healthy fly out the window. It’s even worse when I’m the one who ordered them, as I did at lunch this week. Dunking each one in ranch dressing, I savored each bite of deliciousness. Fries have never tasted […]

Why Do Bad Things Happen??

Why do bad things happen?  Ever wonder that? I would venture to say most of us have probably asked that at one time or another. Something out of the blue may happen in our day, and we ask “WHY??” I had a couple of these experiences just this afternoon. If you have a moment, I’ll give […]

Five Years In Heaven 1

February 28, 2009 is a tough day for all of us who loved Jill Gibson. This is the day the Lord took her home. Jill was a healthy 42-year-old who, with no warning, experienced a brain aneurysm that three days later, took her life. She was a beautiful woman, inside and out. Jill and I […]