I still remember my very first day of seminary at Brite Divinity School, Texas Christian University. For some reason, my first class was in June right after I'd graduated from Texas A&M in May. I was 22 years old. I guess I was just trying to get started taking classes without really knowing what I… Continue reading God in Us
It was the bluebonnets that did it for me. This weekend we made a five hour trip across Texas to see some of our loves. I've lived in Texas my whole life. Never have I seen the bluebonnets out like they are this year. And not only the bluebonnets, but all their friends, showing off… Continue reading Are You Up for a Challenge?
In Texas in the last couple of weeks, we've been living with scarcity. During the big winter storm there was suddenly a scarcity of heat, electricity, water and food. Now we are learning there are still huge shortages of clean water in some areas which has led to a scarcity of bottled water there. Some… Continue reading New Life, Overflowing
Most of us know the words of the 23rd Psalm. I learned it when I was a little girl. I still remember how nervous I was to have to say all those words out loud it to my Sunday School teacher so I could get a sticker that week. I was so shy, with adults… Continue reading A Simple Sheep
Mosa, let's play! I just spent a few days with our grandsons who are ages 3 and 18 months. They have four settings: Play, Eat, Sleep or Cry because we are transitioning between the first three settings. The older one is starting to make up his own games. We played "Hot Potato" as he called… Continue reading Let’s Play