The Gratitude Attitude

1 Timothy 4:4 "For everything created by God is good, and nothing is to be rejected, if it is received with gratitude;" Do even simple tasks seem difficult lately? Is life laden with frustration? If so, please join me in a resounding cyber scream! I'll spare you the details, but even this post has been … Continue reading The Gratitude Attitude

A Place for Mom

This Sunday is Mother's Day, a perennially difficult day for those who have lost mothers, mothers who have lost children or women who wish they were mothers. I've spent time in all three categories. For those formerly untouched by tragedy, this year's celebration might bring new sadness in dealing with the restrictions, lockdowns, illnesses and … Continue reading A Place for Mom

Thus Always to Tyrants

And I thought I might not have something to write about this week. In an April 15 Associated Press article, Mike Stobbe reported, "The U.S. tally of coronavirus cases and deaths could soon jump because federal health officials will now count illnesses that are not confirmed by lab testing. The Centers for Disease Control and … Continue reading Thus Always to Tyrants

Help! I’m Homeschooling

The National Homeschool Education Research Institute approximates that 2.5 million K-12 students homeschool in the United States, based on projections for 2019. Of our estimated 331 million citizens, Business Insider reported on April 7 that 95% are under stay-at-home orders. As a result the number of Americans attempting to teach or learn at home has … Continue reading Help! I’m Homeschooling

Reclaiming Biblical Marriage: 1 Man 1 Woman 4 Life

The world can and often does define marriage any way it wants. The Bible defines biblical marriage, but the church has largely adopted the world’s definition, leading to chaos and heartbreak within the church as well. Marriage was established by God and introduced in the first book of the Bible. It is a unique relationship, … Continue reading Reclaiming Biblical Marriage: 1 Man 1 Woman 4 Life