Day Something

It seems the Coronavirus has us all counting something. Maybe you’re counting how many days since the kids have been home from school,you’ve been working remotely or not working at all,you last hugged your family,you’ve been to your favorite place with your favorite people,you can remember a day without thinking COVID-19. It’s Day 13 on Read More

To Those With Teeter-Totter Trust

To Those With Teeter-Totter Trust

“Farmer, Farmer, let me down!” was the teeter-totter cry of the person dangling her legs from the high end of the see-saw. “What will you give me, Charlie Brown?” asked the person on the opposite end of the teeter-totter who was safely seated on the ground. The one on the top could promise everything from Read More

The Key to Perseverance

By faith he [Moses] left Egypt, not fearing the king’s anger; he persevered because he saw him who is invisible (Hebrews 11:27). Persevere. I have a hard time spelling it, much less living it. It’s one thing to make it through a nasty cold or bout with the flu. It’s something altogether different to persevere Read More