How Deep is Your Love

How Deep is Your Love Are you willing to deny yourself, The pleasures of your life, Turn your back on fame For the cause of Christ? Will you give away your time, Share your talents without pay? Consider the needs of others above your own when you kneel to pray? Are you willing to choose... Continue Reading →

Transitions: When Little Becomes Much

A little hug A little caress A little assurance In the middle of despair Will greatly calm the weary soul. A little love A little smile A little hope In a little while Will lift a heavy burden. A little joy A little faith A little encouagement In the very moment when need is great... Continue Reading →

There are times when I go to my secret place To worship and seek God's face I find myself inspired by the beauty of His grace. As I create the images He reveals, i often wonder how These not so talented hands can respond with ease To produce images such as these. He quietly reminds... Continue Reading →

Have you ever wondered why trees grow tall? Why they stand firm in spring, summer, winter, and fall? They wave when the wind blows They twinkle when it snows. Trees cast cooling shadows in the summer heat. They sprout leaves, bear fruit, shed leaves, and repeat. In all that they do and all they provide... Continue Reading →

I love living in East Texas especially during the transition seasons. I love driving along the country roads and watching the landscape sprinkled with trees full of white blossoms. Tonight I felt inspired to capture some of the landscape I see each morning on my commute to work. As I was sketching, smearing/smudging, and sprinkling... Continue Reading →

Uncluttered Part 12: Rise Above the Noise

When I began this uncluttered series at the beginning of the year I was inspired by an advertisement about storage containers. I thought the trouble with storage containers is we tend to hold on to what we need to let go. We pack away things we don't wear and our garages are filled with books,... Continue Reading →

Almanac.com says the nasturtium represents patriotism. Patriotism means devoted love for ones country/in support and defense of one's country. This is my patriotic tribute to America for Independence Day. Almanac.com also says that the nasturtium prefers poor soils and they do not need fertilizers. In fact, Almanac says fertile soil produces more foliage than flowers.   ... Continue Reading →

Almanac.com says the yellow rose symbolizes joy, friendship, and the promise of a new beginning. Everyday is a new beginning, but we often lack joy, valuable friendships, and we long to truly have a fresh start. God offers us joy, friendship, and a new beginning every day because He love us. He says to us... Continue Reading →

The blue iris is said to symbolize hope. The butterfly is also a symbol of hope. Many people miss out on a wonderful future because they are stuck in the past. Don't let your past hurts, mistakes, and failures stifle your joy today. Forgive yourself and others so you can enjoy the gift of a... Continue Reading →

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