A few weeks ago I wrote a post on fluttering faith. Deb del Villar gives us another perspective on the
This is a repeat from last year, but I thought I would post again. (Maybe some of you will have
I’ve been to a lot of caves in my life. Mammoth Cave, Wind Cave, Mark Twain Cave, and many others.
I’m always looking for good books to recommend and as you know, they often center around a theme. Today’s don’t.
Ok, I know this isn’t everybody’s idea of fun. But this is me and how I get rid of stress
Whom do you think about when you hear the name Tabitha? I’m guessing a lot of people think about a
First day back at school. Second grade. Altoona, Pennsylvania. My teacher smiled at her class of eager learners and then
Sometimes we get so caught up in computers, videos and other digital teaching methods that we forget that some of
Before I was a writer for Awana, I directed our church preschool for several years. While taking one of the
I grew up in a house where reading was not only fundamental, it was a priority. In fact, my parents