Posts Tagged ‘grace’

Percy’s Box (Sabbatical Post)

  I’ve mentioned my grandson Percy before. He is now just over 2 years old and he loves to explore. He loves to open doors. He loves to sit in the driver’s seat of cars and move, push or pull anything that moves. And he loves to push buttons.   There is a button within […]


“Wonderful Grace of Jesus” – Musical Musings in March (Sabbatical Post)

  Today I’m taking you back to my college days. Music was all around and an impact on me, but if you were to ask other students, you’d probably hear the same. Chapel services with great hymns of our faith being sung. Christmas concerts. Choir tours. A stirring rendition of “Blessed Assurance” could even be […]


Acts 2:42

  Sunday morning has once again rolled around and I want to remind you of how the early Christians spent their days. “They devoted themselves to the apostles’ teaching and to the fellowship, to the breaking of bread and to prayer.” (Acts 2:42 – NIV)   As you plan your day, I pray that you […]



  I’ve never done this before, but I read a great blog that I want to share with you. Today, instead of writing something more than this little introduction, I’m putting a link below for you to follow. Sharon Jaynes has become one of my favorite authors. I love her books as well as her […]


“Before The Throne of Grace” – Monday Musical Musings

  I’ve mentioned before that enjoy listening to a male quartet or men’s choir. Within a good men’s vocal group, there is a richness in the tone and blending of voices that brings joy to my heart.   In college, I sang with a women’s choir. Now we sang much of the same type of […]

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