Monthly Archives: July 2013
He’s My Rock.
Posted on July 28, 2013 Leave a Comment
Driving down the road, and suddenly you wonder if you even checked to see if the light you just passed through was green. You’re having dinner with a friend, and as they share details about something they are experiencing (good or bad), your mind…..drifts….off……. Sipping on your coffee, reading your devotions, and all of a […]
My chains are gone…
Posted on July 16, 2013 Leave a Comment
Have you ever had a song that you LOVED, but didn’t know half the words? I remember loving it when this one song would come on the radio – years ago. Funny thing is – I had NO CLUE what the words were (other than “Chain, chain, cha-a-a-ain”), until today. I’m ashamed to say that […]
Posted on July 15, 2013 Leave a Comment
It all started with a child’s picture….
Posted on July 15, 2013 2 Comments
I was reading my devotions this afternoon (same book that I have read out of for about 3 years), and all of a sudden it hit me what happened exactly a year ago. Shocking – especially when I can’t recall what I did the day before yesterday. Ha-ha! I shared the following story on FB […]
….”And a little child will lead them.” ~ Isaiah 11:6
Posted on July 13, 2013 Leave a Comment
After being a pastor’s wife for many years, I guess I’ve become sensitive to what people have to say about their church experience. Over the years I’ve heard many complain about the lack of programs, leadership, commitment or involvement of others (in various churches – all over). I’ve watched people leave a church (forever) because […]