God Packaged a Woman with Skills
on May 22nd, 2022
In my last blog I said I was going to dedicate May as ‘Mother’s Month.’ The reason is that, in actuality, Mother’s Day is every day. When I preached on Mother’s Day, I especially made a point to incorporate all women. Every woman is packaged with unique skills given only from God. One of those skills is the heart to love and care. “A kindhearted woman gains honor.” (Prov. 11:16) The Bible speaks h...
The Power of Influence
on May 15th, 2022
The first Mother’s Day was established in 1907 by Ann Jarvis and was held at aworship service in West Virginia. With that said, I have decided to celebrateMother’s Day the entire month of May. I believe mothers of all stages (frombiological to spiritual) deserve more than just one day of honor.So, I honor the woman who birthed me into the world. My mother was nothingmore than a child herself at th...
on May 8th, 2022
Motherhood envelops a wide range of being called a “mother.” According to thedictionary, Motherhood is the state of being a mother, when one becomes amother. This most commonly happens when their child is born, but it can alsohappen through adoption or by marrying or becoming a partner to someone withchildren. Motherhood is a gender-specific version of the term parenthood and canrefer to all mothe...
Run Away Thoughts
on May 1st, 2022
I have a beautiful Pomeranian puppy named Bentley. In training him, I expectsome accidents, and I can deal with that. However, Bentley loves to control hisenvironment and do his business everywhere he likes without restrictions. Thisincluded non-compliance to the potty paper. Of course, that mindset of his was notgoing to work in our house. I knew immediately that we needed to get him intoobedienc...
What is the Church
on April 24th, 2022
This past Sunday was Resurrection Sunday. We had a delicious breakfast andenjoyed wonderful fellowship with each other. A lot of our saints whom we hadnot seen since the COVID-19 started joined us. Church means many things tomany people, and I like to think of church as being a filling-station. We believerscome to release the pressures of last week and be refreshed to go back out to facethe advers...
The Price Has Been Paid
on April 17th, 2022
When the pandemic started little over two years ago, my husband told thecongregation that he had a dream of shortages of food and other vital necessitieslike toilet paper. Well, the members began stocking their freezers, cabinets, andextra spaces with goods. And sure enough, COVID-19 hit everything, andshortages on every level began to happen. It had a huge impact on truck driversand meat packing ...