faith, family, Grandparents, Home, pain, prayer, snow, surgery

What’s in a Name?

Greeting a young couple in church I spoke to their baby girl and she smiled.  I asked her name.  It was Cameron.  I could remember her name because my grandson has the same name. Eli’s daughter-in-law named her son Ichabod.  Can you imagine naming your child Ichabod??? The ark of God was captured by the… Continue reading What’s in a Name?

communication, exercise, faith, prayer, surgery, walking faithfully

Walk

He can walk! Yes, my husband John was able to walk the next morning after back surgery. He was in a wheelchair for 3 weeks prior to surgery.  The PT lady in the hospital was amazed how well he walked and the doctor released him that day.  Wow, back surgery and only one night in… Continue reading Walk

depression, faith, family, pain, prayer, surgery

All the Time?

Pastor – “God is Good!” – response People – “All the Time!” Pastor – “All the Time!” – response People – “God is Good!” Our church service begins with this ritual. Many times, I think – All the Time? When a loved one dies? When the diagnosis is cancer? When your spouse leaves? When your… Continue reading All the Time?