Remembering Jack

The start of deer season in November 1975 brought crisp temperatures, amazingly brilliant fall foliage, and the brightest blue sky you could have imagined.  Early Saturday morning I picked up the phone to hear my sister-in-law’s parents hesitatingly and emotionally...

No Way Out

For a week now we have witnessed the tragedy of thousands of acres in the Tennessee Smoky Mountains being consumed by wildfires.  We’ve seen homeowners desperately fighting to save their property and over 14,000 evacuating for safety.  Firefighters have worked...

Feeling the Loss

This past week, to put it bluntly, has been a heavy emotional toll for me.  I have suffered a loss not once, but three times.  First, my father-in-law (my “dad” when my own passed) went home to Glory surrounded by our large family.  We cried, laughed and reminisced to...

In a Split Second

The world is still reeling from the acts of terror perpetrated on hundreds of innocent victims in Paris this past Friday.  Six attacks, coordinated within minutes of each other, left a city and nation in shock and the world in mourning.  One moment people...

A Special Message and Call to Action

The following is re-posted from Initiative 180 blog of July 26, 2015, “A Message to Planned Parenthood from a Woman Who Has Been Betrayed.”   There’s no escaping the news.  The Center for Medical Progress releasing not one, but two, videos revealing...

Agents of Change

  Any society that devalues human life at any level will eventually destroy itself from within.  Abortion, euthanasia, pornography, human trafficking, child abuse, all the social issues facing our culture has created a huge mission field for the Church of Jesus...