How do you anchor a tiara on a baby’s head with limited hair? Slip, flop and drop became the predictable pattern when my granddaughter celebrated her first birthday as a Disney princess. As she became aware of her little crown, she kept it in place, but as birthday distractions increased, her crown spent more time on the ground than on her head.
The Bible tells us we’re crowned with faithful love and gentle mercies.
Insomnia, incontinence, aggressive behavior and unpredictable moments became a normal way of life for my ninety-two-year-old father. Brain failure, commonly known as Dementia, was debilitating him. Although he was unaware of his down-sloping transition, I agonized knowing I had to move him from our home into a long-term care facility.
I didn’t want to step out of the boat during this emotional storm and trust God’s direction.
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Living it Out: Surrounded by Women of Faith
Watch this inspirational video, created by “The Skit Guys,” and launch the Christmas season with intentional love.
December is a month for sharing and remembering the greatest gift of all, Jesus Christ. (Click to Tweet)
On the eve of Thanksgiving, I know you’re amid special preparations for family and friends. Let me be brief and wish you a wonderful Thanksgiving weekend and recommend a newly-released heartwarming movie, Max Lucado’s The Christmas Candle, directed by John Stephenson.
The Christmas Candle: A Christian Review
Cast: Hans Matheson, Samantha Barks, and introducing Susan Boyle
Time for Gratitude
What if we were visually reminded to sit and give thanks for all things–even the bad.
Would our days be filled with gratitude? Would we encourage others to do the same?
Sometimes, giving thanks is an act of faith believing God will never fail. (Click to Tweet)
Enjoy this special Thanksgiving video.
Some things aren’t old-school, at least not in my house. The family night tradition we started decades ago with my kids will begin again with my grandkids. Well, maybe my nine-month-old granddaughter is too young, but we’ll carry on for the sake of tradition.