Miracles ~ Jesus Healed Severe Hearing Loss

Lance Richardson's Hearing Restored in Jesus' Name. Many know that my husband Lance has had trouble hearing in both ears, but especially in his right ear.  Because of  ear infections as a child and operating heavy machinery through the years, Lance was almost deaf in his right ear and very hard of hearing in the other. … Continue reading Miracles ~ Jesus Healed Severe Hearing Loss

The Most Important Part of the Day

Every time I’ve set aside early morning time to seek the Lord, I belly flop. My eyes become heavy with sleep, my mind wanders, and my heart feels guilty for not being more holy like the rest of everyone who knows anything about being a Christian. No fewer than a dozen times over the years, … Continue reading The Most Important Part of the Day

I Started a Riot in England

Something I said started a riot. The melee left me dumbfounded. Men and women picked up wooden chairs and hurled them across the aisles at one another. The conflict left me numb, as if an injection of strong Novocain had been administered to my brain. After all, this was a house of worship in England, … Continue reading I Started a Riot in England

Living Outloud

“North Korea Warns U.S. of Final Disastrous Doom.” This is not the headline I had wanted to see in today’s news. As I glanced over the article carried by ABC, CBS, Yahoo News, and the main media channels, I shook my head. I’m perplexed. Help me if you can. Why does Kim Jon Un feel … Continue reading Living Outloud

When Walking Becomes Total Body Resistance Training

Vern and I speed walked and jogged this evening before sunset. At the end of the pavement, where our road becomes gravel, we turned for the mile walk home and within seconds a strong head wind transformed our activity into something more like total body resistance training. The more I stick to my exercise commitment, … Continue reading When Walking Becomes Total Body Resistance Training

Something That’s Been on My Heart

Tonight, I won't be talking about exercise. Don't worry! I'm not slacking; each time I rise from my chair, for the first ten steps or so I walk as though my legs are strapped to boards. My sore thigh and abdominal muscles testify that I've worked them pretty hard. Neither Vern nor I stretched out … Continue reading Something That’s Been on My Heart

Late Night Stretch

I'm determined to keep to my commitment of exercising six-days per week. Today has been one of those days when everything runs behind schedule. The first meeting of the day ran a little later than expected. The next meeting began fifteen-minutes later than it should've (due to the other meeting). Vern and I made chicken-vegetable … Continue reading Late Night Stretch