9-year-old Lacey wrote this song for her neighbors after one of their teen boys suddenly collapsed with unforseen critical heart issues.
Sharing a song my 9-year-old granddaughter wrote about giving our worries to God.
Last week I was a senior citizen with Parkinson’s Disease, but active. My calendar shows that I was busy, busy! This week I am a high risk, self-quarantined senior citizen.
In a season of illness and struggle, the eagle came to remind us of a strength that is not our own. A strength from the everlasting God of Isaiah, the Creator who never grows weary.
Moments with Maggie is a biographical poetic-prose collection of coming-of-age anecdotes that span the 20th century following Maggie as a child experiencing immigration to becoming the matriarch of five generations.
“Maggie and the Big Move” tells of a young girl’s grand journey across the Atlantic Ocean to reach the promising country of America.
I'd like to share the prayer I wrote for the annual prayer service of the CRC churches in Hull, IA.
Remembering CRC Christmas programs of the 1950's.
He could no longer even stand, so he simply laid himself down on the ground. “Did anyone do anything?” his mom asked. “Yes,” he said quietly. “My friends ran over and laid on the ground right next to me.”
Seeing your familiar name attached to this column is among the consistencies I appreciate during this year of too many changes. So "HI" and "Thank you" from
As we see proud evildoers banding together in corruption and pouring out condemning words we are reminded that their ways are futile. After all, God created eyes and ears so, of...
In 1988, I responded to a similar request from a local newspaper to share memorable Christmas traditions or events. This was my story and it refers to the former tradition of the Sunday School ...posted on: A Birthday Cake for Jesus
With the guidance and power of the Holy Spirit, some people I have known for a long time, and others I had not ever heard of before, have connected with me because of this exposure and we have...posted on: PLEASE Don’t DIS My ABILITIES