Mary

Desperate for Daddies

I smiled while walking past my grandson Noah’s timeout chair. It is a creative one, a simple plastic child’s chair marked with scripture by his daddy, Kyle Romine. When Kyle places Noah in this chair for bad behavior, he quotes the written scripture. He has been...

From Burden to Blessing

Mom’s mental capacity had declined. I needed to move her in with me but I resisted. My life was already full. Marriage, ministry, writing, and grandchildren were important and I didn’t see how caring for mom was going to fit. The burden was too much to bear. Deciding...

Supply Drive

Mom looked at my dining room table filled with gifted supplies and said, “Heart,” which meant people gave these supplies from their hearts or it touched her heart. I think both apply. My daughter Brittany has organized an Amazon supply drive for Mom.  After opening...

Rescued

My friend Gaye Smith rescues quilts. Recently she found a crazy quilt with a hodge podge of various fabrics of all sizes, shapes, colors, and patterns. From velvet to cotton and everything in between this quilt was indeed crazy! She also spotted a quilt a bit worse...

Serving Mom or Millions

I’d worked hard to pursue publishing, but God was requiring more. Mom needed to move in with me because she was no longer able to live alone. I was overwhelmed, discouraged, and stressed, but God said to stop chasing my dream to publish picture books and devotionals...

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