Here’s a good question to ask ourselves from time to time: How is my rudder doing? A ship’s rudder is one of the most important pieces of… Read more “Monday Minute: How’s My Rudder?”
My last class has given me pause to reflect on the last book in our Bibles: John’s Revelation. Hope, not Pestilence “They had breastplates like breastplates of… Read more “Monday Minute: Thoughts on Revelation”
One thing I am glad the Army did not cure me of is liking to take a walk. Especially in the Spring. Even with the sun shining,… Read more “Monday Minute: Walking and Talking”
So, Easter is behind us. The season that began on Christmas, where we herald the arrival of God with us ended with his death, burial and resurrection… Read more “Monday Minute: Now What?”
Are apologies made in hindsight worth anything?
Thank you for that exceptionally long nap. I really enjoyed the four months I spent in an apathetic state. I find it ironic that the series I was beginning was following the theme Being Ready. The Lord obviously had something to teach me first as I clearly wasn’t ready ……
An important event happened this week when military units from different countries overlooked their differences and worked together. The city of St Lo in France was recaptured… Read more “Monday Minute: Unity”
During this week in 1846, the USS Portsmouth entered San Francisco Bay, and landed forces from the United States Army to occupy it. The US Congress had… Read more “Monday Minute: Perfect Timing”
Has your house ever been robbed in the dead of night? For your sake I sincerely hope not. But you can probably imagine how you’d feel to wake up and find your TV or computer stolen. This is the feeling I get when I read Luke 12:39-40…..
I have noticed one thing about myself that has changed once I had children: the easiest way to irritate me is to do something unkind to my… Read more “Monday Minute: My Daddy is Watching”