I applaud and defend peaceful protests. And many times, as in the case of George Floyd's death, they are justified. Speaking up out of desperation is certainly understandable. And peaceful protests to right a wrong or shine a light on an injustice have long been a part of our country's history. Mr. Floyd himself was … Continue reading Reflection for today
Be brave. That's what I want to say to everyone. Let's be brave and bold. Let's get outside and breathe some fresh air and feel the sun on our faces. Even if we have to wear a mask. Let's move on now. I think the fear is the worst part of this pandemic for me. … Continue reading Be Brave.
If you've been following me for more than a couple of weeks you know I love my contemporary Christian songs. Here's the latest. It's called Why God by Austin French. Watch the video. It's very moving. Love the song, of course. I actually like his little monologue prior to the music video the best. When … Continue reading Why God?
When I was a young Army Spouse a few decades ago, I was very fortunate to have seasoned, experienced Army Spouses share traditions and protocol, customs and courtesies, of the Army with me. It happened on 3 distinct occasion that I can recall. But it happened informally on countless other occasions when I watched and … Continue reading The Army Spouse Handbook
"And how does this happen to me...?" - Elizabeth in Luke's Gospel "How can this be...?" - Mary in Luke's Gospel I love that the two holy women featured at the beginning of Luke's Gospel both ask questions about God working in their lives. First, let's consider Mary, upon the angel Gabriel announcing that she … Continue reading Questions, questions