Tears for Loss of Life

Sadness and tears. It is how I feel for the loss of life. Many in our country have an extreme view of reproductive rights. Individual choices and success take precedent over the gift of life that God gives. My husband and I are reading through the book of Ezekiel. I can’t help thinking that Ezekiel is speaking… Continue reading Tears for Loss of Life

Music and Drama with the Grandchildren

Recently our granddaughter had a part in a children’s theater production. It was great fun to see her perform in The Music Man! Our grandson had a school concert. The second-grade students sang songs and played simple instruments. The music teacher explained how the children were learning skills that would prepare them for reading music.… Continue reading Music and Drama with the Grandchildren

1865 and 2022: The Decisions

In 2013 the movie, Lincoln, was released. I saw it twice in the theater. I learned about President Lincoln’s perseverance in getting the thirteenth amendment to the constitution passed–the amendment that abolished slavery. It was a tough fight because slavery had become woven into the fabric of our nation. The economy of the South depended on… Continue reading 1865 and 2022: The Decisions

Seven Letters

The Bible has instruction for individuals, families and churches. God’s desire is for us to flourish and He instructs us in his Word. I have studied the books of the Bible, but I have tended to shy away from an in-depth study of Revelation. There are various and differing theories about the prophecies in Revelation.… Continue reading Seven Letters

Book Review: The Resistance Girl

During WWII Norway was occupied by Nazi Germany. Like many occupied countries, there was a resistance movement. Mandy Robotham has written a historical fiction book, The Resistance Girl, based on events that took place during that time. The main character, Rumi, is a young woman who is the daughter of a fisherman. The boat or… Continue reading Book Review: The Resistance Girl