You Are His Favorite

I’ve been noticing the extraordinary all week.  This faded rose called out to me to take its photo last night.  I like the beauty that remains despite the age of the flower.  As I get older myself (ahem), I’ve grown to appreciate the gentle, extraordinary beauty that is found in faded flowers, faded jeans, and faded hair. Speaking of the extraordinary, an extraordinary encounter at church this past Sunday has held me enthralled and utterly enchanted.  I feel as if I am falling in love with the Lord all over again! During worship, my daughter became emotional.  All the angst of … Continue reading You Are His Favorite

His Glory

“Who shall separate us from the love of Christ? Shall trouble or hardship or persecution or famine or nakedness or danger or sword? No, in all these things we are more than conquerors through him who loved us.” Romans 8:35, 37 There is an intense spiritual battle being waged in the world.  Our own land of the free is fast becoming anything but free for those of us who proclaim Christ.  Make no mistake about it…the enemy thinks he is winning.  In less than half a century, the morals of our culture have become twisted and upside down, and many … Continue reading His Glory

If I lived in Iowa, I’d caucus for Huck

Too bad the Texas primaries aren’t until March!  Huckabee often compares politics to being in a brutal sports arena.  And he’s right.  People of all walks of life get emotional and sometimes downright ugly when pushing for their candidate.  We are very fortunate that in our country, we don’t have riots or burn churches when a certain candidate doesn’t win an election.  I am so grateful for America…for the freedom to choose.  I once again urge you, whether you live in Iowa or New Hampshire or in one of the dozens of states whose primaries are in early February, get … Continue reading If I lived in Iowa, I’d caucus for Huck