Monthly Archives: April 2017

“The Step Skipper”

Many of you remember the old Seinfeld program.  It is probably still available in reruns somewhere on the dial.  That show did a lot to add words and phrases to the English language.  I remember my grandson, Michael, saying, “No … Continue reading

Posted in forgiveness | Tagged , , | Leave a comment

The Parable of the Lost Cell Phone

A few days ago, I misplaced my cell phone.  I was very upset.  For the first 50 years of my life, I did not own or care about having a phone that could go wherever I went (and for most … Continue reading

Posted in Lost things | Tagged , , | Leave a comment

Easter, 2017

A family lost their beloved black cat, Zorro, just before Easter and buried him in the back yard.  On Easter Sunday, when they returned from church, there was a black cat sitting on the ground in the exact spot where … Continue reading

Posted in Easter | Tagged , , | Leave a comment

What Are You Afraid Of?

“When I am afraid, I will trust in you.”  Psalm 56:3 What are you afraid of?  We have a medium-sized dog, Churchill, who is almost seven years old and 40+ pounds. Lately, he has developed a fear of thunder and … Continue reading

Posted in Fear | Tagged , , | Leave a comment