Last month, on a contemporary Christian radio, they asked you to sign up to encourage folks every day for the month. My gift of the Spirit is encouragement and I do whatever I can to make that happen each and every day to brighten someone else's day. I had a daily devotional where the writer … Continue reading Road signs
There are too many forces in the world, seen and unseen, that are trying to get you off track, and suck you into the darkness. Let this be your new sentence: NO! This is a powerful two letter sentence. Darkness is always trying to overpower the light. Learn how to say no, and put it … Continue reading “No” is a complete sentence
At the end of my blog posts, you can see I named my publishing company Fluffy Puppy Publishing. Why? What does a fluffy puppy do? It scampers and romps and just generally acts too cute! How does that effect us? It triggers the part of the brain that goes awww and awe. Because who doesn't … Continue reading Joy of Dogs
September is Suicide Prevention Awareness Month. It is very serious and my prayer is that everyone does what they can to save lives. No matter how simple a gesture, it might just be the thing that saves a life. From my lips to God's ears! Back in the last millennium, when I was a teenager, … Continue reading Revolution of the Squishy Grape
In my last post, All-in, I mentioned playing poker for pennies. What's so special about pennies? Well I'm glad you asked. In the United States pennies are the smallest unit of currency equal to one cent. 100 pennies equals $1.00. But did you know that it actually costs 2.41 cents to make one penny? Why … Continue reading Pennies
This is a term used when playing poker. It means that a player has put the last of their chips into the pot at the center of the table. When a player is “all-in”, they can not perform another action because they don't have any chips left. By pushing “all-in”, you have committed everything on … Continue reading All-in
Raise your hands high so I can see! That's what I thought! I love bacon too! So when God told the people of Israel they could not eat swine, I imagine their sadness of no longer being able to eat bacon. Pork was set apart as a forbidden food, and any who ate it would … Continue reading Who loves bacon?