I have something special to share today. It is a true story of one girl's struggle with abuse and addiction— and God's saving grace which gave her freedom. If you are a parent or grandparent of a wayward child, this will bless your socks off! Here we go... Jacquie Ferguson kept her dark secret for… Continue reading Little Girl Lost … Little Girl Found
Most of us take on traits from our parents—some good, some not so good. My sweet mama was a nostalgic person. I inherited that characteristic from her. The Lord often uses my romanticized lense of life to emote through my writing. So, while on the one hand, it's a good thing—on the other, it can… Continue reading Are You Living Life Through Your Rearview Mirror or To-do List?
I'm a proud and shameless first-time grandma! The 4D image above is my grandson, Luke. He is due to meet the world in early April. Isn't technology amazing? As I watched my unborn grandson on the screen, I was filled will awe, not just by the technology, but by his Creator. This little guy is… Continue reading The Least of These
I've been trying something new this year, and it has transformed my relationship with God. I'm being really real. I know, it may sound silly. I mean, God knows everything. Yeah, well, I'm sure Adam and Eve realized that fact, too. And yet they hid. Let that sink in for a moment. The other thing is,… Continue reading Getting Really Real with God