Means of Grace

Means of Grace

I’m done mourning. For eight months, I’ve thought of the things I don’t have. I’m sure those of you who have shared my journey in 2020 have heard my sadness. My denomination did not have campmeeting, preachers’ convention, or revivals. Our services, with the masks and...
I’ll Help You if You Let Me

I’ll Help You if You Let Me

When my husband, Todd, was almost two years old in 1970, his baby brother Brent was born.  When Brent was six weeks old, my mother-in-law noticed that something was wrong with him.  He did not want to eat and did not act right.  My in-laws took him to the doctor who...
Courage, Dear Heart

Courage, Dear Heart

My burden was great.  It seemed like, once again, the battle would be lost.  Someone was on my heart, and I had fought for their soul.  Things were looking dismal.  It was a Saturday in October, two years ago, as I sat in the empty hall of the school where my husband...
I Have Enough for Both of Us

I Have Enough for Both of Us

One of my children went through a super-conscientious phase in adolescence.  Instead of freedom, this conscientiousness was used by the enemy to put him in bondage.  I would say, “I love you.”  And he would respond with, “Uh, I don’t know if I love you or not.” ...
How Big Is Your God?

How Big Is Your God?

Years ago, my friend Doreen was visiting at my house when her young son, Timothy, needed to go to the bathroom.  We then got deep in conversation in the living room, and both of us forgot about Timothy, not paying attention to the fact that he had not come...


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