The Normandy landings were the operations on Tuesday, June 6, 1944 of the Allied forces invasion of France in Operation Overlord during World War II. Referred to as D-day, it was the largest seaborne invasion in history. The operation began as the liberation of German-occupied France, and later Europe from Nazi control, and laid the … Continue reading D-Day
Shalom “... make 'peace' your life motto. Practice being at peace with everyone.” (Ps. 34:14 [TPT]) The Passion Translation further explains shalom in the footnote for this verse: “This word much more than peace. It means wholeness, wellness, well-being, safe, happy, favor, completeness, to make peace, peace offering, secure, to prosper, to be victorious, to … Continue reading Shalom Y’all!
While the term is just something I made up, TSS is absolutely real folks! It comes from things I have personally witnessed, when people are unable to put down their devices and connect with another human being, face to face. Yesterday, in the heart of the Rocky Mountains, we were getting snowed on, again. As … Continue reading Technology Separation Syndrome
I'm going to share the stories of two pregnant pauses in the Bible. And yes my friends, math is involved! A pregnant pause is the silence that occurs that leaves everyone who bore witness to the event speechless. It is also defined a a pause that gives the impression that it will be followed by … Continue reading Pregnant Pause
By merely speaking, God's breath brought all things into being. Open your mouth right now and let out a breath. God did that and all things were created! From the cosmos to the microscopic. “He performs wonders that cannot be fathomed, miracles that cannot be counted.” (Job 5:9 [NIV]) “ Stop and consider God's wonders.” … Continue reading God’s breath
EEEGADS! Yet another winter storm is hitting the Colorado Rockies. At our ranch we have five foot fence posts that are completely buried under snow. My husband has moved snow into fifteen foot high piles with the backhoe. “I am grateful for the moisture God, as we had a drought last year, but I am … Continue reading Live Under Par
I was hungry before leaving work the other day. I was making a mental checklist of what I had to do when I got home and before eating dinner. Wash the eggs, water the horses, unload the dishwasher, put away the laundry and then make the dinner. So before my half hour drive home, I … Continue reading All means all