faith, Pandemic Wisdom

Thankful No Matter What

It's easy to be thankful when everything is good. I'm always thankful when the sky is blue and the weather is perfect. I'm especially thankful when I feel good, had a great night's sleep and when all is well with those I love. I'm extremely grateful when food and drink are plentiful and all seems… Continue reading Thankful No Matter What

faith, Pandemic Wisdom

A Simple Sheep

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

faith, Pandemic Wisdom

In Limbo

Waiting, isn't it just the worst? I know people right now who are waiting on the results of a biopsy or on the doctor's appointment to line out their treatment plan. I know people who are waiting 14 days to get out of Covid quarantine. I've personally waited with our youngest son through 2 Covid… Continue reading In Limbo

faith, Pandemic Wisdom

Word Overload

My vocation is tied to words. I'm either speaking them or writing them. I officiate funerals and weddings. I preach. I do workshops and seminars. I write a blog. I speak and pray weekly on a nationwide Jesus Calling Prayer Call. But, true confession, right now I'm so tired of words, so very, very tired… Continue reading Word Overload

faith, Pandemic Wisdom

What Are You Looking At?

It's called mirroring. It happens in a variety of ways. It has been called the "social glue" in human relationships. When we are interested in another human being, we subconsciously mirror or match another person's movements. We match facial expressions, body language, speech patterns or even attitudes. Mirroring must be hard wired in us because… Continue reading What Are You Looking At?