Immerse: Poets - Week 10
on April 5th, 2022
Is anyone reading this a huge fan of the beach? So much so you would be at the beach 24/7 if work and life didn’t get in the way? If you are like that, then I ask you this question, “What in the world is wrong with you?” I’m just messing around, but me and the beach are not friends at all. The sand is the worst part. I cannot stand the sand at all. It gets stuck to me and doesn’t come off. And whe...
Immerse: Poets - Week 9
on March 28th, 2022
Perhaps you’ve noticed by now, Proverbs is full of wisdom about leaning on the insight and life experience of others. The theme continues during week 9 of Immerse: Poets. However, sometimes I don’t necessarily like the insight others offer, either in person or through the Word. I don’t know about you, but when the word “criticism” gets thrown in the mix, I get a little testy and defensive. Okay, o...
Immerse: Poets - Week 8
on March 21st, 2022
Choose the VegetablesEach weeknight our family has a fun little thing we do. Once we’ve all sat down and started eating, we ask Alexa to play Jeopardy on the Echo device which sits on our table. Every weeknight there are 6 new questions we work together to answer. We really get into it, especially when we get them all right, and there’s always fist bumps and high fives when one of us answers a par...
Immerse: Poets - Week 7
on March 14th, 2022
When I was in college, I was blessed to be a student of Glenn Bourne. He was a long-time professor at the college and taught the freshman level classes, Life of Christ I and II, which covered an entire year in the class studying the gospels and the events and happenings during the life of Jesus. It was an amazing experience full of knowledge, wisdom, insight and blessings all shared through the v...
Immerse: Poets - Week 6
on March 7th, 2022
Sometimes, it’s easy to trust God. Over things we can control, over things in our own power we can fix with our own two hands, it is beyond simple to put our faith in God. If faith was as simple as that, I have a feeling many more of us would have greater longevity in our beliefs and personal devotion to God. But life isn’t always rainbows and butterflies, and far too often we find ourselves smack...
Immerse: Poets - Week 5
on March 1st, 2022
Last week on Facebook and Instagram I posed this question, “What is the world’s best love song?” Some of the replies I received were “To Make You Feel My Love” by Garth Brooks, “Unchained Melody” by The Righteous Brothers, and “Moon River” by Andy Williams. Although these songs are very iconic and are great love songs, personally I do not think they can compare to the best love song of all time, “...
Authors & Themes
Jesus is the LightHow Much Longer Lord?He SpokeBe ThankfulWhat Does Hope Look Like: The RainbowWhat does hope look like: A RamCORE 52 Chapter 31 The Greatest CommandWhat Does Hope Look Like: A Cloud and FireWhat Does Hope Look Like: A LambWhat Does Hope Look Like: The CrossHope LostYou can trust him!Core 52 - Chapter 32 - The Incarnation - John 1:14All The ThingsWashing FeetWho Named You?