Place of Peace

Let me tell you about this place. I started studying the Psalms with a friend at the beginning of the year. Well, the invitation was to read and share but I rarely ever stop there. No, I've stopped and studied each one. In this shelter-in-place time, this time is what keeps me focused on Who My God Is.

Good Friday

This one is inspired by the words of John the Baptist "Behold, the Lamb of God, who takes away the sin of the world!" - John 1:29. Jesus on the cross is the fulfillment of John's words that day. It wasn't easy to paint, it isn't easy to look at. It isn't meant to be.

Be the Light in the Dark

I've never seen these lights off before. When I do get to visit home one of the things you can see first it the lights. First it a small glow but then it gets brighter, I know I'm close. In all of this craziness of the coronavirus, the lights of Vegas have been shut off. I'm not sure it's ever been done before.


Isaiah 40:31, but those who hope in the Lord will renew their strength. They will soar on wings like eagles; they will run and not grow weary, they will walk and not be faint. A pretty well known verse. Renew here means "to exchange". As I read this today I wanted to jump up and say "yes!". This is something I've learned to do a lot more these last couple of years.

What is Peace?

In Sunday school Pastor wrote the word Peace in the white board and asked the class what comes to mind. I answered; "when the kids are all asleep and it's quite and still in the house". He going to tell me to stop answering soon. Ha! But, he did chuckle because he knew I was being facetious and truthful.

The Word Alive

Last post I told of how God is taking care of me through this challenging season. It is often a text or a call from a friend, a verse that "happens" to pop up that speaks to my heart or a song. Just little things that remind me how close He is and that He cares about me. This weekend it was a little more. I ended up attending The Word Alive Event.

What Made You Smile?

In a group of friends the question was posted "what made you smile this past year?". A few simple things come to mind quickly; my oldest turning 13 (yes this make me smile), my brother's wedding, going to a Hillsong concert. But, then my answer gets a little deeper. I look back on this year, this season that I'm in (for the last 2yrs) and I smile.