Besides my coffee and doughnuts this morning (doughnuts are more rare now, but coffee is my morning thing), I’ve been trying to cope with our youngest daughter Leah moving out last weekend by a 5-day frenzy of cleaning, organizing, and decluttering. I guess I’m doing this to grieve empty nest. […]
My husband Ray has been to Haiti on mission trips about 5 times, to help our pastor friends Jay and Linda Threadgill of Fishers of Men Ministries International, including after the 7.0m earthquake in 2010 when he set up a medical clinic treating 200 to 300 injured and ill patients […]
We’re moving! I’m purging, getting rid of things. It’s not easy letting go. But you have to let go to make room for the new that God has in store for you. The new wine can’t be stored in old wineskins.