I would like to wish all of our fathers, “Happy Fathers Day.” My own father is gone now; ┬áHe lived out his whole life looking to fulfill that void and find contentment. It wasn’t but a few weeks before he passed, that the peace he had been shearching for came. This is a poem I … More DAD I REMEMBER


The smell of pine needles, a breath of fresh air; the touch of a newborn babe, these things were given to share. The softness of lamb’s wool, the clouds in a painted sky; the fields covered with clover, these things we cannot buy. Oh! The wondrous world we live in, for us God has dressed; … More CAST YOUR CARES


During the summer months in the South we experience electoral storms that come up very quickly, this was another of those afternoons. Just the day before lighting had hit our office, burning out three of our computers. Here we were again faced with another tragedy because the new replacement computers were in the middle of … More THE STORM


It was a rainy day; not one of which one would want to venture out unless necessary. It was Monday however, and this was the day that Fat Jacks Restaurant served their liver and onions. My husband, Ed, loves Fat Jacks liver and onions; and his craving for the dish was now at its max. … More FAT JACK’S

God’s Covenant

God looked down upon the earth and what did He see; but all of His people like you and me. Within, God was enormously sad; because all of the people, they were bad. Unrighteous and full of sin, each his neighbor and his kin. God’s love did not abound; In but one man’s heart was … More God’s Covenant