Superman Ice Cream

Her eyebrows looked like two worms– bait worthy for catching trout, and her smile was like a bag of marshmallows—soft and gooey, sweet even. I couldn’t stop watching her piercing green eyes that made it hard to notice the other pieces of her collected self. A hat would have helped the frizzy hair, but for…

Darkness brings Light

Darkness Brings Light   I was asked to write a blog on gratitude for the month of Thanksgiving 2016. This is not it, but it was one of the most challenging devotions to write in this wilderness, desert place I’ve been traveling through. Life happens. My father recently had a stroke. I am recovering from…

Season of Thankfulness

My dear cousin, Marilyn Loy Turner sent me two inspiring and thought provoking pieces on being thankful that she wrote years ago.  They were published in the paper under Empty Nest Syndrome. After much division in our great nation America, and Thanks Giving drawing closer, I decided to go ahead and publish these to help get our minds…

Look at the Animals

Running Busy Bustling life Traffic, smog, Corporate strife The air is thick The clocks that tick The cars race to work The deadlines and coffee stains Star Bucks and Starstruck Sitting the evenings away Watching the square box that lights up the room Outside The stars they tap-dance The moon sits back illuminating the plants…

LifeHouse is Filled With Miracles

    Albert Einstein once said, “There are two ways to live your life. One is as though nothing is a miracle. The other is as though everything is a miracle.” I want to share with you a ministry that is running on miracles, one miracle after another. Lifehouse is injected with so much faith…