THROWBACK THURSDAY: Perspective (2016)

            Perspective can be defined as “the faculty of seeing all the relevant data in a meaningful relationship.”  As Christians, we don’t have to look at our symbolic chains or circumstances.  Paul was a great example about perspective. Shackled and in chains, Paul doesn’t wallow in sorrow for his circumstances.  He sees what is happeningContinue reading “THROWBACK THURSDAY: Perspective (2016)”

FRIDAY FIRST’S: First Paragraph of “The Bicycle Basket”

Visiting the charming, quaint tea house in her small town was Claire’s favorite Saturday morning routine. She rode her cruiser bicycle, the basket filled with fresh flowers she picked along the way, slightly uphill to the shortbread-colored house with the sage trim on the corner of 1st and Main.

Epiphany: The Perfect Light

“When Jesus spoke again to the people, he said, “I am the light of the world. Whoever follows me will never walk in darkness but will have the light of life.” John 8:12 These three kings followed the star that shined with royal brightness, guiding them to the Perfect Light: Baby Jesus. They were guidedContinue reading “Epiphany: The Perfect Light”