As Elections Draw Near

Those of you who know me can attest to the fact that I rarely engage in political conversations in public. For those who know me well, they understand that this is not for lack of opinions or insight. However, this precarious election, along with the social issues and...

Celebrating Easter in Isolation

We are experiencing history. The year 2020 will be remembered decades from now as the year of the coronavirus pandemic. I don’t imagine there is anyone reading this who has escaped loss. As for me, I should be 500 miles away visiting my sweet grandsons. I should be...

God’s Gift

Hello Friends, My holiday preparations were interrupted this year. We were needed in Pittsburgh after my sister-in-law Gerry suffered a stroke. Our medical emergency trip turned into a funeral. Gerry is spending Christmas in her forever home with the Savior. I was...

Peace in the Seasons of Life

Hello, friends. I recently had the opportunity to be a guest on Discover the Story with Andrea Boeshaar. It airs on her website and on CWA Radio. I’ll post a link below. During the interview, I talk about writing, publication, and my ongoing journey with...

The Cost of Freedom

Hello friends, I was going to post a Fourth of July blog, a reminder of the debt we owe to our founding fathers and those since then who have paid the cost for our freedom. Instead, I decided to let an award-winning book say it for me. If you haven’t read Flowers From...

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