2 Corinthians 5:16-21 16 So from now on we regard no one from a worldly point of view. Though we once regarded Christ in this way, we do so no longer. 17 Therefore, if anyone is in Christ, the new creation has come far. The old has gone, the new is here! 18 All this is from God,…
I am editing and rewriting the fifth novel of my science fiction series. The society (the Snow People of Shushimee) the travelers encounter in this book had a written language at one time and, because it was associated with rituals they no longer understood, they had come to see it as evil. They knew…
Hope is an Anchor
Word pictures sometimes brings faith alive. Here is a new picture of faith’s anchor.
God’s Adult Children
Okay, I’m late. Mother’s day was several weeks ago, but we now have Father’s Day in June, so I’m writing to included both. I was preparing a devotion on heritage (as in Christian Heritage) and my devotional reading was Romans 8:12-17, and I went a whole different direction. So, join me in thinking about being…
I CONFESS I LOVE MY LIFE
I just returned from our yearly journey home and, as usual came back filled with gratitude for the life God has allowed me. This is a re-post from 2011, when I first really realized i wouldn’t trade with anyone. (Had a lovely time, though, thank you for asking.)
God Is Not MY God (Alone)
Not long ago, we attended a service completely unlike what I’m used to, yet undeniably full of God’s presence. I love it when that happens. I was reminded of the scope of God’s work while remaining the intense personal God we serve.
An Ungratefully Received Gift
I was again reminded so much of our life needs to be based on being grateful to God, even when it’s not obvious. A book called “One Thousand Gifts” reminds us even our salvation is based on first believing God sent Jesus and being thankful for the sacrifice Jesus made. I don’t know I have…