Little Girls Grow Up

Little Girls Grow Up

Going through seasonal decorations and memorabilia recently, I came across an essay written during my freshman year of college. It was about my great-grandmother’s farm. My grandmother asked for a framed copy, and it hung on her wall for many years. Glancing over the...
In the Midst of the Mess

In the Midst of the Mess

I slid behind the steering wheel of my son’s truck. My car was in the shop and there were errands to run. It is a well-known fact, and often discussed, just how desperately he needs to clean out his truck. He would be the first to tell anyone that it’s a mess. Stained...
The Home School Call

The Home School Call

Article for the On Faith column in the Owensboro Messenger-Inquirer, Sat., July 18, 2020 Our story is not unique. Many are called. And many answer their calling. Some people enter the medical field, some the public education arena, some surrender to vocational...
Felt board Faith

Felt board Faith

  Article from M&I today… Felt Board Faith By Julie H. Lake I remember sitting on the floor in Ms. Sammie Lou’s Sunday school class and watching as she made the Bible come to life right before my eyes. Fuzzy felt disciples and Jesus all clinging to the...
Different

Different

“Get used to different.” This is a wonderful line from the new series, The Chosen. Jesus said it to Simon when Simon began to protest the call of Matthew, a tax-collector, to follow Jesus. Indeed, Jesus did things differently. I think He is still doing things...
Be Still Because All is Well

Be Still Because All is Well

For years, I have kept a calendar of events and each January look forward to selecting a new one for the new year. But now, my calendar is collecting dust. Last week, I laid it aside. It’s not needed. As I started crossing out all of the appointments and scheduled...