“There’s a Lot of Time to Do All Sorts of Things”

Today while eating lunch, I stumbled on a program about the death of John F. Kennedy, Jr. He was killed in a plane crash in 1999 at the age of 38. He was handsome, intelligent, and, due to his place in history, he was as close to an American prince that our country has known.… Continue reading “There’s a Lot of Time to Do All Sorts of Things”

salvation · Theology

What Do You Believe?

Over the last decade I’ve been blessed to have several conversations with folks about Bible doctrine. I’ve also had several awkward moments with people, where they duck the questions or change the topic. I am not on a mission to force people into doctrinal conversations. However, I’m not afraid to discuss it either. Each of… Continue reading What Do You Believe?


Salvation: An Amazing Orchestra of One

I was thinking about how wonderful it is to know the Lord. What a joy to call Jesus my Savior and my friend! To have a relationship with the Creator of the universe is mind boggling. I started thinking about how Christ paid such a great price for my soul. He called me – He… Continue reading Salvation: An Amazing Orchestra of One

about me · Doctrines of Grace · My-Testimony · salvation

Thy Salvation

Restore unto me the joy of thy salvation; and uphold me with thy free spirit. ~ Psalm 51:12 One of my earliest memories is my “labor to enter into rest”. (Heb. 4:11) I had heard our pastor, Bro. Glenn Riggs, preach about “calling out to God” and “praying and asking Jesus into your heart”, so… Continue reading Thy Salvation

family-scrapbook · salvation

Welcome to Heaven

My daughter, Leslie, enjoys pretending. She likes playing with Barbie dolls and Littlest Pet Shop animals. She likes building with blocks, too. Last Friday, my seven year old girl built some Bible stories with our blocks. The first one she made was the story of Shadrach, Meshach and Abednego and the golden tower. Babylon is… Continue reading Welcome to Heaven

Devotional Thoughts · personal walk with God · salvation · trials

Blossoms in the Desert

Is. 35:1 The wilderness and the solitary place shall be glad for them; and the desert shall rejoice, and blossom as the rose.This verse captured my imagination today! The wilderness and desert shall rejoice? There will be roses blossoming in the desert? I know that there is a really deep truth to this passage. It’s… Continue reading Blossoms in the Desert

Devotional Thoughts · personal walk with God · salvation

The Difference

Is.29:13 Wherefore the Lord said, Forasmuch as this people draw near me with their mouth, and with their lips do honour me, but have removed their heart far from me, and their fear toward me me is taught by the precept of men:This verse reached out and grabbed me today. I think it could be… Continue reading The Difference

Devotional Thoughts · salvation

My Favorite Story

I suppose my favorite story in the Bible is the story of the resurrection. Along with that, is the story of the men on the Emmaus Road. Remember that story? The men were walking along, discussing the crucifixion and Jesus walks up and starts talking to them? I love that story. Those men said in… Continue reading My Favorite Story

salvation · soul winning

How to Be Saved

This past Sunday morning, my husband preached two amazing messages. Okay, I love all of my husband’s messages, but let’s be real, shall we? There have been a few of his sermons from which I’ve walked away thinking Huh? Of course, the power of the sermon isn’t in him, it’s in the precious book he… Continue reading How to Be Saved