Something that has been on my mind a lot lately is the motivation people have for choosing a particular path. Our “legacy” is very important because it’s not just about us, but others as well. When you pass on into the heavens, how do you want to be remembered? What ...Read More »
Loving Like Jesus: It Is Possible!
Recently I read the account of a 16-year-old girl, Shannon, driving to school. She apparently thought it more important to put on her make-up than to keep her eyes on that old country road. As she was adjusting the rear-view mirror, she caught sight of some type of movement immediately ...Read More »
Colorado Mother Keeping Son’s Legacy Alive–Grieving With Purpose
Carol Adler and her son, Taylor Thyfault, texted regularly and quite often. He once texted that he loved her and that she was his best friend. She loved her son’s mischievous smile and his endearing, magnetic personality. He was a forward thinker which prompted him to make a list of ...Read More »
Our Hope: A Legacy of Faithfulness
When I was a little girl, a tiny plaque sat on the headboard of my parents’ giant waterbed. It read: “A baby is God’s opinion that the world should go on.” ~ anonymous From my youngest years, I found great hope and comfort in that saying. No, it’s not a ...Read More »
What Will Your Legacy Be?
Everyone leaves behind a legacy for those who follow after. Parents leave a legacy for their children, pastors leave a legacy for their congregation, and teachers leave a legacy for their students. Some leave wealth, some leave power and fame, some leave values and beliefs, some leave behind shame. The ...Read More »