Early Planting

Spring in South Carolina is usually very short-lived. One day the weather changes from winter cold and frost to warm with yellow pine-pollen dusting everything from the inside of my china cabinet to the cars in the WalMart parking lot. Of course I don’t shop at WalMart…every day. Rings of yellow remain around rain puddles and change the bass ponds     read more

Our Memory

by Max Lucado There’s a direct correlation between the accuracy of our memory and the effectiveness of our mission.  If we’re not teaching people how to be saved, it’s perhaps because we’ve forgotten the tragedy of being lost. If we’re not teaching the message of forgiveness, it may be because we don’t remember what it was like to be guilty.     read more

Cardinal Moments

Is there something special in your life that seems to keep reappearing in times of need? A “sign” as it were, that reminds you God is with you, loves you and will take care of you? After a recent speaking engagement that focused on specific tactics for moving through unwanted and unplanned change, a woman shared with me the challenges     read more