I’m writing in snatches, I know. Eventually it will all be shuffled, sorted, and placed in some order. Writing it down helps. Today’s snippet gives glory to the only One who deserves it–the God who has always loved me, even when I didn’t know Him. Me…He loved me. He loves you, too. The God Who Loves Me
Our friend, Jim Watson, wrote an excellent book that addresses addiction and proven methods to transform your life through the power of Christ. He speaks from his personal experience with addiction and the many years it took to develop this program and his work with addicts of every type. Having had loved ones who suffered with various types of addiction, I can only say that I wish I had this many years ago when dealing with it and being able to offer this type of wisdom to help them fight their battles. I encourage you to purchase this book. It… Continue reading
My mama. She was beautiful, talented, and terribly unhappy for too many years of her life. Click here to read about my Mama.
Hey, y’all, I’ve begun a new page on my website, in which I intend to share the story of my life. It chronicles the “adventures” I have experienced and ultimately tells about the God who knew and loved me before I was born. Many times we are led to believe that being a Christian–that being known by God–means we will never experience difficulties in our lives. One could only wish that were true. But the real truth is that Jesus told us we’d have difficulties, some of which would be very bad. He also told us that He would never… Continue reading
On several occasions I have noted that God sends the same focused message out to many pulpits and classrooms. I love it when He does that! They are timely for us; they were planned by Him. Our church has lately gotten back to Sunday school and we are slowly working our way back from 2020. As one of the adult class teachers, I had considered the several study options available, but one kept rising to the top, a study on the lies of the enemy (“The Truth about Lies,” by Tim Chaddick). Not totally convinced about it, I took a… Continue reading