In Luke 17:11-19, Jesus and his disciples are traveling to Jerusalem. They pass through “the midst of Samaria and Galilee” and enter “a certain village.” We aren’t told exactly where they are or the name of the village. But in this in-between land on the way to somewhere else, Jesus encounte…
It was one year ago today that my husband Melvin and I were in the car accident that changed both our lives. I’ve written about that day many times. How moments before the accident we were laughing and just loving life and loving each other. We were talking about what we were going to do whe…
We’re living in an upside-down world. I’m not exactly sure when things were flipped over, but I suspect it’s been slowly happening for a very long time. During my lifetime, for sure.
The woman at the well is thirstier than she realizes. Even though she draws water in the heat of the day, it’s not for that obvious reason. Yes, the sun’s beating down on her, but so are the opinions of others. There’s a reason why she comes at the hottest part of the day to get her water. S…
She was an ordinary girl with skinned knees, stubborn hair, and dreams so big one lifetime couldn’t hold them.
I married Dave 35 years ago this week. It was a beautiful October Saturday displaying the best of two seasons. One hand held onto summer with its warm temperatures and abundant sunshine, while the other hand reached out to the colorful leaves softly sashaying to music we couldn’t quite hear …
We live in a culture that trusts in everything but God. Someone who’s a Christian mentions that a loved one who’s been very sick is doing miraculously well. As I’m listening with great joy, the person turns around and knocks on wood. As if the action of knocking on wood will continue to keep…
“Never be afraid to trust an unknown future to a known God.”
People ask me if I miss the farm. If you’ve read this column in the last 10 months, you probably know that my husband, Mel, passed away last November. Two months later I moved off the farm. The same farm he lived on from age 13 to the moment he went home to be with the Lord.
There’s power in the name of Jesus.
It’s hard to believe that 20 years have passed since that morning on Sept. 11, 2001 when it seemed as if the whole world stood still. The day when most Americans were glued to the TV set, watching the events of that fateful day unfold. One of those moments in time when everyone would look ba…
We were never meant to walk through this life alone. God created Adam. “And the LORD God formed man of the dust of the ground, and breathed into his nostrils the breath of life; and man became a living being” (Genesis 2:7).
“‘It’s 5:30 a.m. and we are hearing screams of women and children. We are hearing loud sounds of shooting and bombings. They are taking our women and children forcefully. Please, someone help us. Jesus come right now. We are extremely terrified. They are killing us. Help.’
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