Is It From God?

Sometimes we might see or hear something that sounds or looks outside of our “normal”. Maybe someone has an idea or a view that is different from what we think or what we have been taught. But you know what? That doesn’t always mean that it is wrong. Sometimes we are just too stubborn to… Continue reading Is It From God?

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Priceless Poem

What’s worth more than rubies, diamonds or gold,And is worth just the same whether brand new or old?The value of which man cannot control,Though daily he tries and makes it his goal.Some, men try to elevate, stand on a pole,And others, they want to stomp down in a hole.But it’s actual cost, so we’ve been… Continue reading Priceless Poem

Don’t Talk About It

I don’t know about you, but at our house, we don’t talk about Bruno. We might sing about him, but we don’t talk about him. In case you didn’t know, Bruno is a character in the Disney movie Encanto. And there is a whole song about how “we don’t talk about Bruno”. So of course,… Continue reading Don’t Talk About It

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The Power of Touch

I was recently afflicted with that dreaded virus-which-shall-not-be-named (Covid). As soon as I started feeling bad, I went to my room away from the rest of my family. As soon as I had a positive diagnosis, I was advised to spend 5 days in quarantine. So I spent 5 days shut up in my room,… Continue reading The Power of Touch

Priceless Conclusion

We were created by God. He formed each of us and placed us in this moment. We may not understand why He gave us the gifts He did, or put us in this place at this time, but He has a plan. Mordecai told Esther in Esther 4:14, “Who knows if perhaps you were made… Continue reading Priceless Conclusion

Embracing Our Gifts

When we think about spiritual gifts, there are some we tend to think of as “big ones” – prophecy, speaking in tongues, miracles. But so much more often, they are little things that God has blessed us with. Maybe even things we ourselves overlook because they come so naturally, or because it just feels right.… Continue reading Embracing Our Gifts

Living as a Broken Woman

The Samaritan woman at the well. Rahab the prostitute. Mary Magdalene. What do they have in common? They were broken women who were key players in the spread of the Gospel. Let’s look at Rahab. She was a known prostitute in the city of Jericho. Despite her less than favorable profession, she had heard about… Continue reading Living as a Broken Woman

Self-Worth and Dignity

Godly Femininity is Power Under Control. Esther is a beautiful story that exemplifies this concept.  Esther was a young beautiful Jewish girl. She was chosen as one of many to be prepared to go before King Xerxes as a candidate to be the new queen.  From the very beginning, Esther impressed those who were in… Continue reading Self-Worth and Dignity


The ladies in our church got together this past weekend for a ladies’ retreat. I had the privilege of being able to come up with the material. Over the next several posts, I want to share the lessons that were presented there. Priceless Intro We have watched a lot of VeggieTales in our house. Bob… Continue reading Priceless


I just might be crazy. My life is a hectic mess. Between homeschool, my real estate, my husband’s construction business, church, family, friends…..there is rarely a spare minute in my day. But you know, I have really missed writing. The feeling that comes with turning out a finished project, even if it’s only for me.… Continue reading Welcome!

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