Plan for Your Exodus

I’m a planner. I’m comfortable with spontaneity, but only if there’s no chance of disaster if something doesn’t go well! I’m most comfortable with thinking ahead and creating a plan so everyone knows what they’re doing when. I enjoy making a list of things to do, checking them off, and seeing everything fall into place. … Continue reading Plan for Your Exodus

The Power of Love and Forgiveness

Throughout our lives, we will have many opportunities to hold hard feelings against someone. Friends, family, or strangers may slander our name, deceitfully deal with us, or even physically harm us. Our first instinct is to go on the defense and become bitter. We would love to see those people pay for what they did. … Continue reading The Power of Love and Forgiveness

Parenting with Deuteronomy

The Bible instructs us to train up our children in the “way they should go.”  (Proverbs 22:6) The way they should go is clearly found in God’s Word.  No other institute, person, or government holds the power to be “the way” (John 14:6).  If we want to be successful in our parenting, we should make … Continue reading Parenting with Deuteronomy

Be Born In Me

Like Mary, we should all boldly say, "Be born in me". . . regardless of whether it makes sense, seems possible to the natural senses, or appears too good to be true.  This simple faith in God's will and His Word is what brings about miracles.  Thank God for Mary and her commitment, "Let it be to … Continue reading Be Born In Me

An Eternal Lineage

My husband is a history buff. He could be perfectly happy to spend all day watching documentaries and reading about every kind of historical event imaginable. If you sit down and discuss periods of history with him, you are sure to get an ear full of facts. I have never been able to fathom how … Continue reading An Eternal Lineage