Hello friends! I wanted to tell you a story about the sale of one of my paintings. Last winter I painted a series of watercolor and ink 16 x 20 inch paintings that I called “Fruits of the Spirit.” The first one, called “Joy,” gave me great joy as I painted it with Holy Spirit.Continue reading ““Joy”: A Good News Story”
Most days I swim in the shallows of daily life, “What’s for dinner; Honey, help me please; Oh, that looks good; Where is this thing?” Occasionally, Great White dives into the abyss and pulls a glowing creature from the depths of my darkness that illuminates a way for others, be it a story, a poem,Continue reading “Abyss”
Adam and Atom Humanity’s building blocks Different, but same.
Fighting for promise Pulling from depth of being a worthwhile struggle.
Daily devotion feel unconditional love basking in His light.
Skin’s so soft, I’m feeling fine bones. Clenching tightly, I grasp on to hold. This physical manifestation of what lies beneath is strength that holds me up, when I can’t seem to breathe. This hand offers softness in its effort to comfort smooths over my soul, while giving me support. I need His grace, mercy,Continue reading “Hand of the Lamb”
May God’s peace and joy cover you this day.
The Christmas Tree is an ancient custom that in modern days represents Jesus as an ever-living life, just as the evergreen tree continues to stay green through the winter. Over the years I have developed quite the affinity for the trim-a-tree tradition; so much so that some years I may have six or seven differentContinue reading “Christmas”
Chai is the tea that awakens me in the mornings, as I speak with God, energizing and warming my inside with its steamy spice – I’m in awe. What makes that creaminess roll around my tongue so smoothly? It’s like pulling fresh cream – from a cow that’s still mooing. What creates that zing ofContinue reading “My Chai”
Last spring I entered my first (and only-finished-so-far-personal-labor-of-love) book in the Writer’s Digest Self-Published Book Awards for 2016. Alas, I did not win. Not that I expected to, but I thought it would be worth a shot, you know – to take advantage of the opportunities that arise, eh? The truth is, even with littleContinue reading “Writer’s Digest Review”