December 18,2020 Finding the SAVIOR in 2020

Is it me, or is Christmas coming quicker this year? Maybe it’s because I’m anxious for 2020 to be over or maybe it’s God pulling me closer and there’s some urgency wrapped in these last days of December. Drawing closer to God is one thing I am grateful for this year. Being pushed into isolation,Continue reading “December 18,2020 Finding the SAVIOR in 2020”

November 21, 2020: How are we supposed to be THANKFUL for 2020?

This begins the week of THANKSGIVING. I believe every day should be Thanksgiving… not just because I love Turkey but because we are called to be thankful in all circumstances and for all things. Yes. We are to be thankful in good times and those that are challenging and for all things good and questionable.Continue reading “November 21, 2020: How are we supposed to be THANKFUL for 2020?”

November 13, 2020: Surviving Eta and The Storms of Life

Mark 4:39 And Jesus awoke and rebuked the wind and the waves “Quiet. Be Still”. and the wind died down and the sea became calm. Hurricane Eta, which was downgraded to a tropical storm just prior to making landfall, has finally left the west coast of Florida, crossed to the east side and is headedContinue reading “November 13, 2020: Surviving Eta and The Storms of Life”

August 24, 2020: Today’s Thank You Note to God

I had an early appointment this morning and saw something I haven’t seen in a long time – SCHOOL BUSES! I know that there has been a debate among teachers, parents and government officials as to whether to have children return to virtual or brick and mortar school, but it was so nice to seeContinue reading “August 24, 2020: Today’s Thank You Note to God”

August 5, 2020: Walking on Water.

Have you spoken to God this morning? I have. Every morning, I turn on my Christian music, sing along as I grab a glass of orange juice, review my list of things to do and then – I nestle down to spend the next half hour or more reading my daily devotional, my Bible orContinue reading “August 5, 2020: Walking on Water.”