A TIME to WAIT

A TIME to WAIT When a baby’s hungry, he experiences hunger pains and demands to be fed, usually with cries that increase in urgency and volume, until he is satisfied. In keeping with the agricultural imagery in Scripture, James uses the farmer who has to wait...

Christmas Joy

Last weekend proved to be a challenging one for us. Our plans for Saturday were quickly changed when my husband discovered a broken water pipe beneath our mobile home. Do you know how hard it is to find a plumber who will come to your house on a Saturday, even for an...

Roots That Run Deep

If you enjoy having plants in your home, as I do, you know they have basic needs: light, moisture, food, air, and heat. The plant variety determines how much of each it needs. Although there are plants that grow without soil, such as air plants, most plants need soil...

WHAT IS TRUTH?

“What is truth?” The Roman governor Pilate asked Jesus this question. (John 18:38) What is truth? It’s hard to decipher the true from the false unless you know the facts. So much false news circulates today, we are hard-pressed to discover the truth. We’ve witnessed...

Fruit Harvest

A small apple orchard stood on the farm where I lived as a child. The trees thrived in their environment and produced several varieties of apples, although I can’t name them today. I still love to eat apples fresh from a tree. My mother made apple pies, apple sauce,...

Bittersweet

Today, November 15, is Rylen’s birthday. In earth years he is six. Such sweet memories of him mingled with the sadness (for me) of his Home-going last March. This is written from a grandmother’s heart. BITTERSWEET Little One– When you arrived, we...