Archive - August - 2015

Be Equippedfeatured

Have you ever heard a lesson that stayed with you? You know, the kind that buzzes around in your head and you find yourself mulling back over for several days A lesson had that affect on me a few weeks ago and I hope to be able to pass it on to you. It comes Read more



I was blessed to recently hear Kathie Lee Gifford’s tribute to her late husband, Frank. And whether you’re a fan or not, I hope you were encouraged by her unapologetic love, not just for Frank but for our Lord Jesus. I was most impressed by the telling of their trip to the Holy Land, where Read more


Peas Porridge Hotfeatured

I wonder if everyone learns to sing silly song to their little ones. I still giggle thinking of my husband bouncing our babies on his knee and singing some nonsense to their utter delight.  Who started these songs and further more, who wrote those lyrics? Falling off horses, rocking cradles in the treetops and porridge Read more



  Tolerance has become quite a buzz-word in the politically correct society in which we swim. Is this term unique to the first moments of the 21st century? Well, wander with me, if you dare, to a passage penned at the end of the first century. Here we find the apostle John exiled on an Read more