A Fresh Perspective

I am sitting at my husband’s “new” desk at LifeChange Camp where he has just begun his tenure as Camp Director. The home we are blessed with does not currently have internet or a landline. My cell phone gets horrible reception. You can find me out in the front yard or standing by windows to […]

Read More…

My Father’s Heart

The nicest older gentleman works at Costco, signing members up for the company Visa. He stands next to his computer kiosk on the way to the salads and rotisserie chickens, and he greets everyone with a smile. I don’t know what his story is. He is long past retirement, hair like snow, and beginning to […]

Read More…

Making a Difference in Other’s Lives

Hello friends! How is your summer going? Mine is going. This summer most of my kids participated in our family ministry, a year-round Christian camp and retreat center, nestled in North Central Minnesota. The older kids worked and the younger kids loved taking their turns as campers. After youth camps wrap up, it is pretty […]

Read More…

How God Handles Broken

At my home church, 1st Sunday usually means that we will be serving communion. We eat the bread, which represents Jesus’s body that was broken. We drink the wine (or grape juice) which represents His blood which was shed for us. We are reminded to look inward at our heart attitude as we remember that […]

Read More…

The World Changing Strategy that the devil Doesn’t Want You to Know

The world is becoming increasingly polarized, yet modern progressive thought is really no different than the Socratic thought in ancient Greece, where those claiming to be Enlightened thought it was their responsibility to drag everyone who didn’t agree with them into their Elitist run Utopian dream.  “Woke” is just another word for “Enlightened.”  It is […]

Read More…