I’m honored to be a guest with Julie Gorman of His Love Extended on Blogtalkradio this Wednesday, March 31st at 1:00 Central time. Julie will be interviewing Robin Prater and me. I’d love if you would visit Julie’s BlogTalk radio site and listen in. Please call (347-850-8893) if you would like to ask questions. http://www.blogtalkradio.com/cwa-radio/2010/03/31/his-love-extended Listen to internet radio with CWA Radio on Blog Talk Radio Thank you so much!Read more →
Would I live differently if I knew I had a 24/7 bodyguard? You betcha! Man, I’d be fearless. Regardless of where I went and what I did, someone would always be there for my protection. Fox carried a show called Human Target. The information reads: “It takes a brave, selfless man to make himself a ‘human target’ in order to save the lives of those in danger. For Chance, it’s about one thing only: saving his clients’ lives.” Interesting idea. Perhaps the premise sounds familiar? Christopher Chance is only a television character. Jesus Christ is real.Read more →
“Life is a journey. All along the way we reach points where we have to decide if we’re going to step out in faith and let God take our lives to a different place, or if we’re going to let fear and insecurity paralyze us and keep us from crossing over.” Crossing—Joshua by Liquid What will we miss? I don’t want to wander or miss a moment. I don’t want to miss God’s best.Read more →
Woooo hooooo! We are praising God! My surgery was successful and the biopsy reports show all tissue as benign.
My guys spoiled me after surgery. When I returned from the hospital, sweet son had a big stuffed bunny, candy, snack food, and two cards waiting. Sweet hubby tucked me into the recliner with an ice pack, pain meds, and blankets. God blessed me with time to rest, and now I’m feeling almost human. During my time of waiting I pondered Psalm 55:22 (yes, Buffaloes occasionally ponder). God tells us to cast our burdens/worries/cares on Him. I love the MSG version which says, “Pile your troubles on God’s shoulders—he’ll carry your load, he’ll help you out.”
Saturday, sweet hubby and I decided to road trip to the Sawtooth Mountains. Oh my goodness, what a gorgeous drive! Snow has such a peaceful, quiet, calming quality—especially when you are nice and toasty in the car. The snow seemed to lessen as we drove farther and turned toward Sun Valley. Although absolutely gorgeous, I still expected to see more snow (even if it is in March). We kept driving, stopping to take photos, andRead more →
I’m worried. My mind races to prepare for every aspect of what life might throw my way. I hate that. I shouldn’t be worried. I shouldn’t worry about what might happen, or the what-if’s, or about tomorrow. I know what I should do — lay all my cares and worries at the feet of the cross. Instead, I go around borrowing trouble. Excuse me sir, may I have a cup of trouble? I’m running low today, and when tomorrow comes I might not be prepared.Read more →
Our little dog loves to stand on the window seat of my office and watch out the front window. In his mind, his job is to protect our home from all invaders – especially those with four legs and fur. For a little guy, his bark gets rather deep when another dog dares to stroll by on the sidewalk. When the street sweeper rumbled past on the street outside, the sound reverberated in the room.Read more →