God Counts Our Tears

“You know how troubled I am; you have kept a record of my tears.” Psalm 56:8 (GNT) After a fellow counselor and I completed the divine appointment God had prepared for us with a young man rededicating his life to Christ at the Just Give Me Jesus revival in Augusta, Georgia, a friend approached me with tears of thankful joy     read more

Maintaining The 90:10 Ratio Factor

  “Life is 10% what happens to you and 90% how you react to it.”  That quote, made famous by Charles R. Swindoll (pastor, author, educator, and radio preacher), is one I believe as do many others including  health are professionals.   I was therefore greatly relieved to hear my orthopedist say he felt physical therapy over an extended period     read more

A Thankful Heart

My early Monday morning dental appointment, following a long night meeting deadlines, had me feeling a bit unappreciative of my dentist as I called for the dogs, ushered them into the house, hurriedly locked the door and headed for the highway.   It was a good visit.  The elevator music was soothing, no cavities or other problems to report, and     read more

Born To Be Free!

Quick!  What famous patriot stood on the balcony of St. Johns church and said, “Give me liberty or give me death?”  You guessed right if you said, “Patrick Henry”. Interestingly, you can still see the top of the church nestled against I-95 as you drive North through Richmond, Virginia.                                                       Now see how you do with these trivia questions. Answers     read more

When It All Goes South!

Have you ever put your heart and soul into something and then had the whole thing fall apart on you? Of course you have, we all have! Teenagers discover their baby brother has chicken pox the day before a family Christmas vacation to Hawaii. Single Dad’s, on their only Saturday off this quarter, stand with a cooler full of cooked     read more