Monthly Archives: May 2012

Who Does She Think She Is?

Name five female accomplished artists (as in painters and sculptors) that you can think of? (No Googling!) This question raised a good point from the film “Who Does She Think She Is?” Many people can rattle off five male artists, yet one or two female artists is a stretch. I entered the a/perture last night, eager to view the feature length documentary …

My Heart on Parade

I read on a sign during my trip in Fayetteville last week, “Every time you speak your heart is on parade.” I drove to several other destinations to speak in the Sandhills (Lumberton, Pinehurst, Fayetteville) Christian Women’s Connection circuit, and I pondered this little quote. A parade is for a cause for celebration! I had to consider the theme …

A Happy Mother-Daughter’s Day Tea

I traveled to Fayetteville this weekend to share at a Mother-Daughter Tea at Trinity United Methodist Church. My hostess was so gracious to have me in her home. I enjoyed the morning sipping on my coffee watching the wildlife by the lake! Saturday, we had such a beautiful day – and time together. Every now and then, it’s so much fun to dress …

Straddling the Fence on the Marriage Amendment?

Last night I received a prerecorded phone call telling me to vote against the marriage amendment from Bill Clinton. The local evening news attempted to fairly inform us of our choices for or against it, but their presentation definitely was “weighing in” by allotting time and clarity of reason… swaying me to vote against it again. I did see Billy …

A Call for Our Nation to Return to God

Gracious God, our Father, we come to you in the name of Jesus our Savior, You alone are the ruler over all the nations on the earth (2 Chronicles 20:6). O LORD, be gracious to us. Restore us again, O God our Savior, and put away your displeasure toward us. (Psalm 85:4) Hear our prayer for we have forgotten all your benefits (Ps. 103:12). We have wandered …
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