The day “Hosanna” changed

The day “Hosanna” changed

It’s Easter week.  Jesus rode victoriously into Jerusalem to the shouts of “Hosanna, blessed is he who comes in the name of the Lord” (John 12:13).  Days later, Jesus was led out of Jerusalem, in agony, to the sneers and jeers of people who didn’t know they...
What do you hope for?

What do you hope for?

I was able to get my first vaccine, and I drove home with a scheduled date for my second shot—and lots of hope. We have a lot to look forward to in the months ahead—probably. It is a unique joy when an unknowable hope becomes a reality. I’m thrilled that I will be...
God spoke and everything changed

God spoke and everything changed

I peeked out the window and everything was pure white. Snow in Dallas is uncommon. This much snow in Dallas is . . . wait for it . . . unprecedented!  (For those who read my blog each week, that was intended to be a joke!)  Yep, there is that word again. I...
2021: A parable of hope

2021: A parable of hope

Note from Janet For those of you who have completed the first half of the Foundations of Faith Bible Study, I hope you will join us for the second half of the study.  The first lecture (Abraham & Sarah – Lesson 12) is now available to view on the...
Paul’s Recipe for Daily Bread

Paul’s Recipe for Daily Bread

What are you doing for Mother’s Day this year?  We sure can’t crowd the restaurants this Sunday, so I have a bread recipe that might come in handy. Unfortunately, a new batch has to be prepared each day, but it is worth the effort. You only have to “taste and...
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