“Whew! I’m not as young as I used to be,” I panted after running down the hall after a three-year-old this morning. Today, I returned to the classroom as a teacher for the first time in over 20 years. What a challenge! In my younger years, I was a full ...Read More »
Out of Darkness and Into His Marvelous Light
Thy word is a lamp unto my feet, and a light unto my path. Psalm 119:105 Have you ever been in a dark room where the only light came from a single lamp–where you could only see enough to know that there was so much more that you couldn’t see? This ...Read More »
God as Guide: the Perfect GPS
Our GPS is an excellent guide; she and I just don’t get along. It’s not her fault. We’re often out of sync with one another–or more accurately, I am out of sync with her. She gives an order, and I obey—too soon and end up on a wrong road. Or ...Read More »
What’s He Looking At?
It was the second week of horse training. Quietly the trainer explained, “Today we will teach him that where you look, he must move.” I had never heard of such a thing and watched with interested amusement. Within five minutes, amusement turned to awe. By then the diminutive trainer had ...Read More »