Drink Deeply

These past few months I have been very intentional with my water drinking. Most people do not drink enough water, and even though I love water, it was clear I wasn’t drinking the recommended amount. Typically, we drink other liquids higher in a caloric intake, or we confuse thirst for hunger, and we end up […]

Small Beginnings

Today my daughter received her college acceptance letter. What an exciting moment celebrating her invitation into the biochemistry program she desires to begin her journey toward a career in pathology. Yet when I think of this new journey she is about to embark upon, I am reminded of a recent fortune cookie statement – “All […]

As For You

Our prayer lives are filled with cries to God for help. This is certainly something we see demonstrated throughout the Bible – and God wants us to come to Him. It is important for us to declare our dependence on God and to seek His will for our lives. Intercession on the behalf of others […]

He Stooped Down

I’ve been struggling with a fever for days. Today I found myself on the floor at the foot of my Christmas tree, which happens to be a cross. As I looked up at the well-light, decorated cross tree, I considered the goodness of God.  Our God, holy and almighty, stooped down to us. Not only […]

Cling

I remember when I was younger, and I would make shadow puppets in the light of the projector in elementary school. As we know, the “puppets” were not real—it was only my hand forming particular appearances in the light. I also recall trying to jump on my own shadow or change my shadow appearance. Yet […]

Boiled Over

I love to cook; however, I still have the occasional mishaps like when items boil over. When something boils over on the stove, it makes such a mess. It is horrible to clean up, and often there is still some remnant of evidence left behind of the disaster even after trying to clean up. Today’s […]