Could I have Tears for Christmas?

Advent. Anticipation. Christmas Eve. Nothing's normal. Traditions are breaking in the harsh winds of 2020. It's a challenge to remember joy this year in the disappointment. To remember peace in all the confrontations. To remember  hope in all the broken traditions. To remember love when so many voices are spewing something other. It's a challenge. … Continue reading Could I have Tears for Christmas?

What happened 30 years ago today?

So, as the weekend approached in the middle of the month, there was a usual Friday night date night planned.  Co-workers wondered and giggled with delight.  This had to be IT!  He was taking her to the Bubble Room in Orlando.  This was THE place where engagements happened in 1987.  The ring would be in the Bubble Room cake brought out at the end of the meal.  And he would be on his knee while she tried to figure out how to wear a diamond covered in cake and icing???

Day 18: May I {share} what I have with you?

After this prayer, the meeting place shook, and they were all filled with the Holy Spirit. Then they preached the word of God with boldness.  All the believers were united in heart and mind. And they felt that what they owned was not their own, so they shared everything they had.  The apostles testified powerfully to the … Continue reading Day 18: May I {share} what I have with you?

FMF: To speak and not just talk

Thursday night at 10 PM, before I turn in for the night, I look forward to the reveal of the Five Minute Friday #FMF word prompt from Kate Motaung.  I'm going to sleep on the this week's word {speak} with a whispered prayer for revelation while I rest. I'll be back in the morning to … Continue reading FMF: To speak and not just talk