I was not in a service, but I got “full” as some good old church ladies would say. It was their way of expressing themselves when they felt spiritually and emotionally touched by God. Growing up in church gave me an up-close and personal view of what getting “full” looked like. It could be noticed … Continue reading Lord Have Mercy!
My husband and I once took a ballroom dancing class with a group. It wasn’t quite as I had expected. During the very first day, our instructor dashed my hopes of competing on Dancing with the Stars and scoring perfect 10s at the end of our sessions. I didn’t take it personally because we hadn’t … Continue reading Rhythm of Grace
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. I’ve had to do it in line for a car tag. I’ve had to do it at the restaurant. I’ve … Continue reading I Will Wait on the Lord
A friend was sharing with me about an event she attended this weekend. It was called the Dream Catcher’s Workshop. The title alone caught my attention. It was an opportunity for women to hear an industry expert, encourage one another, share ideas, and have a gourmet brunch. Some of the women have even left corporate … Continue reading Dare to Dream
Sometimes its just one of those days, one of those weeks or Lord help us, one of those months. There is so much going on in our communities and the world. In fact I have really cut back on the amount of news I watch, because it is quite often discouraging to see the number … Continue reading It’s One of Those Days
In my reading, I came across the article 10 Tips for First Time Obedience by Kathie Morrissey. As a mother of adult children, I believe she mentions some really good points here. One thing that she says is, “if our kids can obey us the 3rd or 4th time we tell them something, they have … Continue reading You’ve Got What it Takes
I once worked with a lady that micromanaged her department. She involved herself in the assigned work of the employees, controlled phone usage, discouraged personal conversations, and was very rigid when it came to schedule adjustments. To her the most important thing was productivity. Period. It’s important I know, but her style of managing was … Continue reading A Word in Season