Monthly Archives: May 2011

“We’re going to Rupture!”

Yesterday my youngest daughter came home from school and she barely got inside the door before she blurted out, “Mom, the kids at school say were going to rupture and the world is going to end on Saturday!” I giggled and asked, “You mean, rapture? And the world is not going to end Saturday.” There’s been so much murmuring about this topic …

A View from the Pew

I sat in a small Baptist church wooden pew and listened carefully as women shared story after story of how personally faithful God had been this year. My Bible study group was wrapping up the year in review with a sharing day. Several times as I was sitting there waiting for a turn to share; my heart would race and I’d start to get the courage to …

Book Signing at Barnes and Nobles

Saturday was a busy day with a book signing at Barnes and Nobles in High Point in the morning and a speaking engagement in the evening at Yadkin Baptist Church in Statesville. It was refreshing to see some former friends I had not seen in a few years in High Point and to meet lots of new friends at both events.

We had a wonderful WOW – Women of Wisdom Conference

Last Saturday was a beautiful day outside, but I was graced by the beauty of all the ladies dressed in pink at the Women of Wisdom Conference. The real beauty was found in their gracious and kind hearts! To hear their testimonies of God’s transforming power made my message “Broken but Healed” come alive! My talk centered around two “broken but …