If you had asked me a year ago what my definition of beauty was, I probably would have told you without hesitation, that German Shepherd Dogs were my definition of beauty. I loved everything about them: their wolf-like appearance, their intelligence, loyalty, obedience; trainability for search and rescue, drug detection, and as guide dogs to … Continue reading Me, An Idol Worshipper?
Today I'd like to share with you a prayer of thanksgiving to my Savior and LORD of my life, Jesus of Nazareth. I have had this prayer of thanksgiving in my heart and mind for a few years but have not known what to do with it. In the last few days, (by the prompting … Continue reading A Prayer of Thanksgiving – Here I Am Lord. Send Me.
What do men of the Bible: Noah, Joseph, David, Peter, Paul, and Epaphroditus have in common? In times of trouble, God met Noah, (builder of the ark); Joseph, (slave in Egypt, at the hands of his brothers); David, (hunted by jealous King Saul); Peter (the apostle); Paul, (missionary, church founder, New Testament writer), and Epaphroditus, … Continue reading →
As I was walking out of Wal-Mart in West Haven today after church (at about 12:15), there were two men standing outside of the exit door. One of the men (Andrew) asked me if I would donate to a Christian ministry. Beside him, on his right side, was a large easel with a big poster. … Continue reading I ‘Saw’ Jesus Today…
Joe Mitchell and I met in 1975 when we were both teenagers. Joe was the sound man in a band my brother Ray played drums in (Joe is in the front row, bottom left in the picture, my brother Ray is in the back row, far right). Joe and I remained friends and kept in touch … Continue reading My Friend Joe -Walking Towards the Light of Perfect Love
"Annie, I want a 100 on that exam today. And stop at MacDonald's for a fish sandwich; fish is good brain food," said my friend Joan. I was just about to leave work to take my final accounting exam (I was working on an associate degree in business at the time). The words Joan spoke … Continue reading When Expectation Matches Faith In Jesus
Aunt Alyce Sacco was my husband Mark's aunt. She was eighty-three years old when she went home to be with Jesus, forevermore. I'd like to share with you about the last year of Aunt Alyce's life and how God's hand of love and mercy was so active all around her. From September 4, 2006 (until she … Continue reading “God Forgive Me”