• I Forgot to Feed the Cat

    Every morning like clockwork- wake up, get up, feed the cat. Once the bowl is filled, I can carry on with my day however I wish. But the bowl must be filled. This evening, when I walked in the door Fiona Fred met me at the door with such a hurt, pitiful expression on his […]

  • Our Source

    This Sunday is our last lesson in our series of studies on who God wants to be in our lives.  This week’s truth is that God is our provider.  Throughout my career, this is a truth that I have held on to- one that God has used to teach me to trust Him on deeper […]

  • True story!

    Have you ever had one of “those” emails that you just knew was a scam of some sort, but a part of you thought there might be a shred of validity to it? This happened to me a few months ago, when I received an email from someone I had never heard of, but who […]

  • Fortress

    Where do you go when you’re afraid? When I was young, I remember being afraid at night and going into my parents’ room telling them that I was scared. Most of the time, there was no good reason for my being afraid, so my active imagination would conjure up something.  To this day, my mom […]

  • Cat hair and night-night boops

    “There are two means of refuge from the miseries of life: music and cats.” – Albert Schweitzer My cat, Fiona Fred, is the kind of friend that everyone should have.  He came into my life nearly two years ago now.  His story came to my attention when he was being kicked out of the Macon […]

  • Who Am I? Who Is He?

    This week our Sunday School classes at church will begin studying a series of lessons designed to help us to know God more.  When we were discussing potential topics of the lessons for our March Madness attendance campaign, we really wanted to create a series that would help everyone really connect what they are facing […]