The same song can elicit varying responses from different individuals. One of my favorite songs has a Heavenly Composer, and I’m getting to listen to it today!Continue reading Song
In early September, my husband and I visited the petrified forest of Theodore Roosevelt National Park in North Dakota. This is what we had to walk through to get to the forest: Continue reading Are You Petrified?
That’s not snow, my friend, it’s a mushroom! I found this growing on the side of a tree, and couldn’t pass up taking a few pics . . . Continue reading Resting Place
When I’m using my phone to navigate to an unfamiliar destination, sometimes I’ll look ahead along the route to check out traffic conditions so I’m not caught off-guard Continue reading Re-Center
I have started another blog, because apparently one is not enough! (Yes, I’m laughing at myself right along with you . . .)
My new blog is called Living Threads, and shares truths I discover winding through my daily Bible reading. I’m currently following a plan that includes passages each day from the Old Testament, New Testament, Psalms and Proverbs, and every day I’ve discovered a new thread (or two)! I won’t post every day, but when I do, this additional blog will be my thread collector.
If you’d like to follow along,
- Visit and follow me at Living Threads, and
- Follow the Chasing Truth AG Women Bible reading plan on the YouVersion Bible app or at Bible.com.
See you soon, either here or there!
Brick is not a common building material where we live now, so when we were in Belgium in the fall, I was intrigued by these metal anchor plates on exterior walls. Continue reading Your Anchor Plate is Showing!
The thread of authority winds through the story of the way Rebekah came to be Isaac’s wife (Genesis 24); a busy day in the life of Jesus which included healings, deliverances, and calming a storm on the water (Matthew 8); the authority given to humans over creation itself from the beginning (Psalm 8); and a promise of peace for those who submit to wisdom (Proverbs 1:33). Continue reading Authority