Victory in Jesus

Yesterday, as I was sitting in the car, my mind began to wonder. Sometimes when that happens it’s a good thing, a creative idea will come to me or I’ll remember something I had forgotten. Other times, when my thoughts drift off, they’ll jump onboard the “Fear/Anxiety Train.” Unfortunately, I was on my way to…… Continue reading Victory in Jesus

Resurrected King ~ Part 2 of an Easter Story

***Author note: similar to biblical fiction, I am writing portions of this as if it were a novel to be read. I have pieced together how it could have occurred to the best of my ability. As far as I have researched, nothing I have taken the artistic liberty with, contradicts Scripture but please understand,…… Continue reading Resurrected King ~ Part 2 of an Easter Story

Darkness Fell ~ Part 1 of an Easter Story

“Die he or justice must; unless for him some other able, and as willing, pay the rigid satisfaction, death for death. Say heav’nly Powers, where shall we find such love, which of ye will be mortal to redeem Man’s mortal crime, and just th’ unjust to save, dwells in all Heaven charity so dear?” ~…… Continue reading Darkness Fell ~ Part 1 of an Easter Story


Love: a strong affection for another arising out of kinship or personal ties “Mommy.” A mother looks down at her three-year-old son. Dirt is smeared across his face, though a brilliant smile shows his baby white teeth. His once yellow shirt, is now covered in splattering’s of strawberries, purple paint, and something else that she…… Continue reading Love

Judeo-Christain Foundation

“It is impossible to rightly govern a nation without God and the Bible,” ~ George Washington Many people today are declaring that America was never a Christian nation, that it was not founded on Judeo-Christian values. And if people’s eyes are not opened to the truth, then this falsehood could become even more rooted in…… Continue reading Judeo-Christain Foundation

The History of the Candy Cane

With Christmas in only two days (how crazy is that?), I thought that it would be appropriate to do a Christmas post. And because I love history, I decided that learning about the origins of the candy cane would suffice perfectly. During the seventeenth century, Christians in Europe began to make use of Christmas trees…… Continue reading The History of the Candy Cane

It’s Beginning To Look A Lot Like Christmas…

Hey y’all! I am so so so sorry I have not posted in a while! Life has been pretty crazy! BUT I am back! Yay! 🙂 Can y’all believe it is already December 6? That means we have only 19 days until Christmas! Wow! Like me, I am sure all of y’all are bustling around…… Continue reading It’s Beginning To Look A Lot Like Christmas…