Breath on Paper small group is taking a break between semesters. We'll be back June 12th. for the joy of the Lord is your strength. Nehemiah 8:10 There are moments in our lives when time seems to stand still. Swinging that tassel across the top of the cap and stepping from the hurts of the past few years into your bright … Continue reading Hallmark Moments
Breath on Paper small group is taking a break between semesters. For the next few weeks we are taking advantage of this time off, we hope you enjoy revisiting our favorites. We will return June 12th. "Eat your vegetables, there are children in China starving!" If I had a dollar for every time I heard that phrase while … Continue reading What Are You Leaving On The Table?
Breath on Paper small group is taking a break between semesters. For the next few weeks we will take advantage of a little time off, we hope you enjoy revisiting our favorites. We'll be back June 12th. The clock of life is wound but once, And no man has the power To tell just when the hands … Continue reading The Clock of Life
"Mr. Willingham, looking at the results from your wife's scope, this is cancer and we will remove her right lung tomorrow." Fast-forward fifteen years. "Mrs. Willingham, we have the biopsy results back. Can you come into the office?" "Should I bring my husband?" Fast-forward five years. "The biopsy report is in and the cancer is back." Over the last twenty-some-odd … Continue reading All Is Well
Have you ever had the feeling that God just wasn’t on the job? That He wasn’t keeping promises in the Bible that you counted on to be true? Have you ever been disappointed in Him? What about blaming God for some sorrow or adversity that has happened that you don’t really think you deserve? … Continue reading When Bad Things Happen to Good People
Her name was Ethel Annie, recorded that way over a hundred years ago in the family Bible. For she was born at home; not in a hospital with birth certificates sent to the state capital in Jackson. That day her older brother penned her name in the family Bible and that was record enough. She … Continue reading And God Blessed the Rest
No biblical figure is more synonymous with evil than Jezebel. She has come down through the ages as the primary symbol of shameless womanhood. From Shakespeare to Shelley, literature used her name. In 1938, Bette Davis won an Academy Award for best actress playing the title role Jezebel set in the 1850s. Frankie Laine had an international hit … Continue reading The Most Wicked of Them All