Tag: Reconciliation

Valentine’s Day Fails

It’s funny how you probably can’t recall how you spent most of your Valentine’s Days – not the good one’s anyway, but if I were a betting woman (which I’m not), I’d bet keep reading here

When Injustice Seems to Rule the Day


Jesus Christ demands that his disciple does not allow even the slightest trace of resentment when faced with tyranny and injustice.  — Oswald Chambers

Not even the slightest trace of resentment? In this day and age?

How do we continue reading here

Why You Will Always Reap What You Sow

Basil anyone? Ok, so a few weeks ago, I was going to plant a little bit of basil in a planter on my back porch. When I gently shook the seed pouch, the seeds were stuck in the bottom so I gave it a continue here

Someone to Share the Ugly With


This is a “Thank You” letter to friends who have walked through life with me; friends who have leaned in close enough to celebrate the good, to sympathize in the bad, and to love me through the ugly.

As much as I love and cherish your being with me in the good and in the bad, it is when you’ve walked mile after mile with me through the continue here