Cred Worship is a way to communicate with Jesus. One way, Not the way. As the debate over who is eligible to lead, why we should include this, exclude that, have this many songs, use this/that genre, indoors, outdoors, front … Continue reading
How hard is it to love a child, giving and receiving from a baby, that you know is not going to be with you for long? Hard. Incredibly so. Knowing every time you hold him/her that you might have to say goodbye tomorrow, or the day after, or the day after… Continue reading
We have a tendency toward selfishness. When Adam was asked about the apple, he told God “No, it was her fault”, when we are faced with difficult situations, we want to pull the cover over our head and hide. We … Continue reading
The more I see, the more I’m convinced that God has yet to introduce me to my greatest gifting. I have seen great and miraculous things; I am priveledged to see His grace renewed fresh every week, sometimes daily. I … Continue reading
Joshua 1:9 Have I not commanded you? Be strong. Be courageous. I’ve done it. You have done it. Walked away from the path that God has chosen simply because the way looked to scary. Why do we as humans being (not … Continue reading
Nomi is doing fantastic. She sang happy birthday to herself at her birthday party last month. We have been released by all doctors except for the lead doctor at the children’s hospital where she had rehab. She can walk. She … Continue reading
if you don’t precisely say what you mean, even if you don’t precisely convey what’s on your mind.
My problem is that I think (mostly) that people will understand what I’m trying to say because I (wrongly) assume that they will read what I have written and identify with my personality. Even though they have no idea what I’m really like. I leave a comment on a blog, a text message on a phone, or an improperly turned phrase on an answering machine, annnndd….
Not all people get it.
See, if you don’t use words to say exactly what you wish to express, you leave yourself and your words open to literal interpretation by people that may not be able to read from your words what your thoughts are. I’m guilty. Some of the time. And I don’t use proper syntax.
So, even if I don’t say exactly what’s on my mind, I usually do say exactly what I wish to be interpreted. Usually.
I Live in the South. Some would say the Deep South, but I prefer to think of it as the Medium South. We had a school closing here a few weeks ago because… the temperature dropped below 15 degrees! The … Continue reading
We all have within us the desire to leave a legacy. To leave something of ourselves for the next generation, or person, whoever it would be that would stumble on our word or thought, and be changed for the better … Continue reading