Posts Tagged "Mom"

Giving Him Back to God

Posted by on May 12, 2016 in Articles | 4 comments

Giving Him Back to God

Laughter and conversation filled the room as we waited for the graduates to file in.  It didn’t seem possible that four years had passed – four years of dorm rooms, vacation visits, exams, summer employment, four years of preparation for the career and future God had planned.   “No, it isn’t possible,” I thought.  “He can’t be graduating.”   The music started and the graduates began to file in.  Daniel smiled as he passed our row, his walk proud and strong as he made his way to his seat.   “Wasn’t it just yesterday he was graduating High School?  It...

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My Mother, My Friend

Posted by on May 12, 2013 in Articles | 0 comments

My Mother, My Friend

I have chocolate chip cookies baking in the oven, Cary Grant & Doris Day are on the television and my kitchen window is opened just enough to allow a chorus of bird-song in.  As I sip my afternoon coffee and wait for just the right time to take the cookies out, I think of my mom.  I have to smile.  If someone had told me 20 years ago that the woman in the kitchen baking cookies and watching black & white movies would be me instead of my mother, I would have laughed.  I have always loved and respected my mother, and I have prayed many times that I too would possess so many of her...

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Mom’s Mission

Posted by on May 10, 2012 in Articles | 0 comments

Mom’s Mission

Often, when I think of being in the service of the Lord, I think of missionaries, pastors, people who dedicate every breathing moment of their lives to spreading the Word to all the world.  I never really thought of myself as a “missionary.”  I love telling people about the wonderful things of God, about the miracles in my life, about the blessings that He has poured out on me.  I love to write about the things He has revealed to me in my daily life, but a missionary, not me.   I’m not the live in the jungle, pitch a tent, plowing my way through dense underbrush kind of...

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