The Vision and Journey

I want to share my vision with you, my reading family and fellowship group. Back several years ago, as my family was coming apart, I would attend church and bible studies weekly, and come home feeling worse than when I left. Jesus had been a part of my life since I was 8 years old.… Continue reading The Vision and Journey

Anger, the God-sized emotion.

When I was in high school, one of my good friends drove my car for lunch down to the local hamburger joint and back, but failed to return my keys to me after school. He then left with my keys and my car, with his heap left in the school parking lot, the keys on… Continue reading Anger, the God-sized emotion.

Forgiven injustice

It's a quiet evening, I'm listening to country music on the cable. No, not "young country", but the old-school stuff. It's good for writing. One of the larger steps I took in my recovery, which I continue to re-visit on a regular basis is the subject of forgiveness. That I cannot place sins on "the… Continue reading Forgiven injustice

Web of grace…

Today was an odd weather day...cold, a tiny patch of blue sky, rainy...it seemed as though the weather had multiple personality disorder, in other words, it was a typical PNW day. So, not sure if any of you recall or even ever saw an old television show called "Hee Haw". But basically it was a… Continue reading Web of grace…

Love is the easy part…

Today the rain held off a bit, and I was able to run about getting some things accomplished. From our earliest beginnings, we are taught to love and trust our families, friends, those who care for us and others that are important in our lives. We are also instructed to respect our elders. Sometimes this… Continue reading Love is the easy part…