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Reflection

As a Sunday school teacher, I enjoyed telling Bible stories like David and Goliath in hopes that the children would learn about God’s provision and love for them. I assumed that would be the lesson that they would learn from biblical accounts like that. Now, I am not so sure […]

To My Children and Theirs

To My Kids and Their Kids and Kids Kids Do not forget your father (grand, great) imperfect Is not THE Grand Great Father PERFECT These words are from my heart “the heart is desperately wicked who can know it?” “But God looks on the heart” Believe in God Who formed […]

Teaching an Old Dog

I am trying to learn new things all the time. So, I thought it would be fun to discuss learning new things, especially for people my age (I am a septuagenarian). I can’t tell you if I dreamed this or was told this or made it up myself, but here […]

A Warm Embrace

On this damp. dark rainy morning this morning before my gorgeous bride awakes, I open up the Bible app on my phone. I’m sitting in a fairly darkened living room with only one light from the kitchen  easing its way through the adjoining dining room to faintly grace the opposite […]

What’s Your Process?

This question is high among the questions I am often asked – What is your writing process? I like the question and would like to thank NaNoWriMo for the impetus for the core of my writing process. THE NANOWRIMO WAY … to sit down with an idea for a story […]

Attacking the Blankness

On Monday, I sat down at the laptop to continue working on the second draft of Attack of Darkness. Of course, Cali Belle, our elderly female cat did her little dance back and forth across the keyboard until she nestled into my lap giving me permission to type. That’s when […]