My recliner tipped slightly to the right as my daughter placed her elbows and weight on the armrest. She was on her knees beside the chair, and her face was inches from mine. I turned my head to study her preteen face. The braces, the glasses, the innocence. “Mom,” she said. “What do I doContinue reading “On Lines and Love”
Tag Archives: The Bible
Read the Directions.
It is no secret that I am a poor navigator. I have written about the GPS lady and how she has tried to cause issues within my marriage. I have shared about my personal Bermuda Triangle, and I’ve heard from many of you that I am not alone in my need for landmark descriptions whenContinue reading “Read the Directions.”
Outside the Ministry Zone – When God Leads You Down a Desert Road
Have you ever learned something new only to then read your own journal or notes and realize it isn’t actually the first time you’ve learned that very thing? You’ve learned this before, you just forgot! Yeah, me too. It happened to me again this week. I was doing my “homework” for BSF (Bible Study Fellowship).Continue reading “Outside the Ministry Zone – When God Leads You Down a Desert Road”
What the Bible Taught Me About Writing
I’ve written two books. I blog. Occasionally, I summarize my thoughts into 280 characters and tweet them to everybody and nobody. I post updates on Facebook and “The Gram” (as I heard a cool twenty-something call it). I’ve even written a children’s Bible curriculum. No, this isn’t my resume. The point I’m trying to make is,Continue reading “What the Bible Taught Me About Writing”