Where are the Footmen? The blind multitude sprints to the steeple. The lost line the lane, As shut eyes hurdle the people. “Feed me. Touch me. Heal me,” they cry. “Not now…no time…clear my way,” rings the reply. Thick walls atop sure foundations, hurdlers in a holy huddle gaze through carnelian glass at His creation. … More Where are the Footmen?
The accident was a major turning point in my life. It brought my family and community closer together through prayer, and it reorganized my priorities. It is an experience that I am reminded of each day as I notice my slight scar above my left eye or my larger scars that stretch across my stomach … More “Miracle Girl”
Previously published by Joy Wilson When tough times comes, we can still thank God. After Nathaniel, 8, and Tobiah, 6, went through a hurricane, they found lots of ways to thank God: Dear God, You are so huge! You are the voice behind the thunder. Knowing that You are in charge helps us handle … More Horizontal Trees
This is the excerpt for a featured content post. … More As the Kite
Today was a snow day and since I am a teacher in my other life, that meant I had the day off….sort of…so I chose to spend it with you. I love how quiet and almost sacred it feels after a fresh snow. Eight inches fell on my house and trees and it transformed my surroundings. … More Snow Days…
There are precious people that have enriched my life and are no longer with me on a daily basis. I mourn their loss. I celebrate their new life. Sometimes pain and joy go hand in hand. We put our names and footprints into the cement to memorialize our experience; yet, another owner of the house … More Footprints in Concrete