On October 25, 1988, President Ronald Reagan signed a proclamation declaring the month of October as National Pregnancy and Infant Loss Awareness Month. He stated, “When a child loses a parent, they are called an orphan. When a spouse loses her or his partner, they are called a widow or widower. When parents lose their… Read More Fearfully and Wonderfully Made
When I was 9 or 10, I asked my Mother to teach me to cross stitch. She did and gave me a little project to work on over the Thanksgiving break. I was almost finished with my project by the end of the week. I so vividly remember working on it when a movie came… Read More A Wonderful Life
Today, she would have been 67 years old. But, instead of celebrating in the usual fashion, I am left with memories of birthdays in the past. You see, my Mother passed from this life on November 14, 2017. Here is a picture of us celebrating her last birthday: December 3, 2016. Growing up, we… Read More Birthday Wishes
Last week, we looked at the first six qualities listed in Titus 2 for older women. If you missed it, please go back and read Part 1. Here are the last five qualities that should define the older women mentioned in Titus 2. The older women are to be: sensible-these women are wise. They are… Read More Searching for Titus 2-Part 2
What should we look for when seeking the advice of a Titus 2 woman? Thankfully, God spelled it out for us. He’s good like that!! Titus 2: 3-5 (NASB): Older women likewise are to be reverent in their behavior, not malicious gossips nor enslaved to much wine, teaching what is good, so that they may… Read More Searching for Titus 2-Part 1
“It’s hard….when you get older, and you just feel…..unneeded,” my mother said recently. “Mother (my grandmother) used to talk about it and I didn’t understand then. But, I do now.” “Wait, what?! You are anything but unneeded!” I said. For years, I had heard of the “Titus 2” woman. Paul wrote the epistle of Titus… Read More Titus 2, Where Are You?
I used to love kaleidoscopes when I was younger. I could sit for hours and turn the end of one, making the vibrant colors rearrange into beautiful patterns. I would turn it slower and slower, trying to see the precise instant that one pattern merged into another. The sparkling reds, the emerald greens, and the… Read More Kaleidoscope Community