Last year, hurricane season was particularly ugly to the Southeastern coast. For the first time in her 20 years of living on the beach of St. Simon's Island, our beloved Gammy begrudgingly relocated to my in-laws to wait out the worst of the storm. It was a long week. While she was extremely comfortable, she … Continue reading Shifting Sand
Save a Wretch like Me….
Yesterday morning, while doing devotions with my children we talked what Maundy Thursday was, about how Jesus humbled himself and washed the feet of Judas; the man who would betray him. We talked about serving, and counting ourselves lower than others. I felt proud that my children seemed to understand why Jesus' example was so … Continue reading Save a Wretch like Me….
Year of Harvest
In every single "year end review" that has been posted I have seen a common thread: this year was ... Not a good one. The word that I actually want to use can be abbreviated to two letters : C. F. The world hurt. Our country hurt. Alienation and angst prevailed. And so many face-palm … Continue reading Year of Harvest