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Wisdom for 2015 from Pablo Picasso

Wisdom for 2015 from Pablo Picasso

I recently solved a "Don't Quote Me" puzzle from USA Today that surprised me.  I have been to museums and have seen famous paintings by Pablo Picasso.  But I never understood or appreciated his wide array of work.  I taught second grade and often thought my students...

Frasier Crane and King Solomon

Frasier Crane and King Solomon

I was up too early one morning and happened to tune into an episode of Frasier. I didn’t watch the show very often when it originally aired, even though it was incredibly popular and won more than thirty Emmy awards. It was a spin-off of the Cheers show, which I...

Dear, Lord: I’m ready to listen

Dear, Lord: I’m ready to listen

Note: I'll be taking the month of July off from blog writing to focus on a project that will release in 2025. I hope you will enjoy some of my previous articles about God's wisdom and why we need it in our daily lives. Dear, Lord: I'm ready to listen. Those are words...

Clay feet, rusty nails, and the Daniels of this world

Clay feet, rusty nails, and the Daniels of this world

For those of us in ministry, the news has been rough lately. It’s difficult to see heroes of the Christian faith fall. I won’t use this post to gossip or slander, but I do think it’s good to remember that all of us who walk this earth do so on clay feet. The Bible...

Fortune Cookie Faith

Fortune Cookie Faith

I had finished my egg roll, egg drop soup, and cashew chicken. I poured myself another cup of hot Jasmine tea and opened my fortune cookie. Who knew a blog post would follow? The little piece of paper hidden inside my cookie held an interesting message. Fortunes...

We all revise our thinking

We all revise our thinking

Last week I saw the Broadway play Hamilton and it was amazing. The next day we kept grandkids and we all watched a movie called The Bigfoot Family. How in the world did those two very different things inspire this blog post?  After watching Hamilton and The Bigfoot...

Wisdom for 2015 from Pablo Picasso

Wisdom for 2015 from Pablo Picasso

I recently solved a "Don't Quote Me" puzzle from USA Today that surprised me.  I have been to museums and have seen famous paintings by Pablo Picasso.  But I never understood or appreciated his wide array of work.  I taught second grade and often thought my students...

Frasier Crane and King Solomon

Frasier Crane and King Solomon

I was up too early one morning and happened to tune into an episode of Frasier. I didn’t watch the show very often when it originally aired, even though it was incredibly popular and won more than thirty Emmy awards. It was a spin-off of the Cheers show, which I...

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