Inspirational Post: The Remedy for Discouragement

Photo by Rod Long (Unsplash) The Remedy for Discouragement by Nicole Byrum It’s a Wonderful Life is a classic Christmas movie loved by many for the last seven decades. I hadn’t seen it for quite some time and enjoyed watching it with my family this past holiday season. It was the first viewing for both … Continue reading Inspirational Post: The Remedy for Discouragement

The Steps That Lead To Nowhere

Photo by Tama66 (Pixabay)   The Steps That Lead To Nowhere by Carole L. Haines   Our family just loves to visit abandoned places. There are a few really interesting ones near our home. Our son is especially into this, so we go on hikes with him to see these places. He studies up on … Continue reading The Steps That Lead To Nowhere

Testimony of Faith: Hold Her Hand

    -Testimony guest post submitted by Kari Tyree Where I live, the Texas mountain laurels bloom mostly during February. Full-grown, they are gorgeous trees covered with purple blossoms that make the air smell like grape SweeTARTS. Wouldn’t you want to be that beautiful, if you were a tree? One February, I held my daughter’s hand … Continue reading Testimony of Faith: Hold Her Hand

In God We Trust—But Do We Really? Learning to Let God Handle Our Busyn – Armor Of God Coffee

If you're a goal-driven person struggling with anxiety, stress, busyness, and learning to trust God, this post may be just what you need... Thanks to Armor of God Coffee for publishing this devotional on their blog. https://www.armorofgodcoffee.com/blogs/armor-up/in-god-we-trust-but-do-we-really-learning-to-let-god-handle-our-busyness

The Naked Beauty of Winter Trees: When Words Won’t Come

Here in Durban, South Africa, we don’t really have a winter. Temperatures drop no lower than 9 or 10 degrees Celsius (48 or so Fahrenheit) and the trees, many of which are tropical succulents, remain green all year round.  In contrast, when visiting the UK over Christmas at the end of last year, where temperatures … Continue reading The Naked Beauty of Winter Trees: When Words Won’t Come