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...
Thank you, Lord

Thank you, Lord

I want to begin this blog post by wishing all of you a blessed Thanksgiving.  I hope the day is filled with all your favorite things!  We have so much to be thankful for in our lives because of the Lord’s great love for us. Before the “busy”  For most of us, this blog...
Why should we teach our children to pray?

Why should we teach our children to pray?

We teach our children the colors of the world and how to count their fingers and toes. We teach them how to say “thank you” when they should be grateful and “I’m sorry” if they have made a mistake. We teach our children how to communicate...
What is your Kingdom purpose?

What is your Kingdom purpose?

It was really warm in Washington, D.C. this weekend and I was glad to find a cool spot to sit down when we reached the Jefferson Memorial.  Jim and I had been invited to the capitol city by a friend, so that we could attend an important dinner at an ambassador’s...
Six signs you are a genuine Christian

Six signs you are a genuine Christian

I ran across an article from Huffington Post that caught my attention. The article was titled “6 Signs You’re A Truly Genuine Person.”  The article listed six ways people live according to their true selves. I was curious to see how I measured up, so...
What Does It Mean To Mock God?

What Does It Mean To Mock God?

That is the question that kept coming to my mind, after Dan Patrick’s tweet was being volleyed about in the news. I will probably get into a bit of trouble with this blog, but I have to write it. I decided to spend a good amount of time studying the passage,...