Archive for April, 2011

Church isn’t a fancy building. It doesn’t have pews, nice carpet, or a sign out front. Church is a family. It’s a group of people with a lot of problems & many imperfections. Brothers & sisters who were once strangers but now have a common hope, peace, and love. They may not have all the […]

Continue Reading Add comment April 30th, 2011

Church

When I was a kid, I always thought that “church” was just another place I had to go. Most times, I could manage to get through without falling asleep but I was always anticipating the invitation song. I could even tell when the preacher was winding down, which to me, meant that it was time […]

Continue Reading 2 comments April 29th, 2011

Before the Morning

Today is the day that sits idly between the darkest day in history and the brightest day known to man. The disciples thought they had life figured out. Jesus was going to change the world. He had turned the water into wine, healed the sick, calmed the storm, and brought the dead to life. Now […]

Continue Reading 1 comment April 23rd, 2011

Seven Little Words

I’ve been studying the book of Acts with our youngest for the upcoming Bible Bowl and came to my brand new favorite verse. Sure, I’ve read it before but it never stuck out like it did last night. Everything I’ve ever done, every decision I’ve ever made, anywhere I’ll ever go, or anything I’ll ever […]

Continue Reading 2 comments April 13th, 2011

The Preacher’s Wife & iPreach

I had the opportunity to be on Dale Jenkin’s and Adam Faughn’s popular podcast, iPreach, recently with a forum of ladies who participated in my book, A Sunday Afternoon with the Preachers’ Wives. If you’re a preacher’s wife, know one, or love one, then I invite you to visit The Equip Network and listen to […]

Continue Reading Add comment April 8th, 2011

For the Gosch Family

I was in shock when my mom died. I remember being in the hotel and hearing a party down the hallway. It was December 31st and most people were getting ready to ring in a New Year. I was getting ready to bury my mother. One thing that bothered me the most was that while […]

Continue Reading 1 comment April 1st, 2011


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