The Box Under The Bed: A Book Review

A “horror” anthology (and I do use that designation lightly) containing the following stories: ***WARNING*** SPOILERS MAY BE CONTAINED IN THE FOLLOWING Prologue, The Box Under the Bed part one Summary: Two sisters, Tanya and Eileen, have the unwelcomed task of cleaning up their grandparents’ old house and ready it for sale. In the midst … Continue reading The Box Under The Bed: A Book Review

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Her. The beautiful one that I can never look at enough. The one I never tire being with day after day. The one who makes me smile, makes me laugh, makes me know I am loved. I'm thankful for her. For her passion. For her strength even when fears and worries threaten to strangle us. … Continue reading 14

A Little Video Interlude

I'm sorry that I didn't post this past Story Monday. Our favorite Oracle Aimee will return next week. Just an off week, I suppose. For this Compassion Wednesday, I leave you only with the following video. I don't want to ruin it with a lot of babble on my end. Watch this video, and then … Continue reading A Little Video Interlude

Faith In Action – A look at LivingBread Ministries

If a brother or sister is poorly clothed and lacking in daily food, and one of you says to them, “Go in peace, be warmed and filled,” without giving them the things needed for the body, what good is that? So also faith by itself, if it does not have works, is dead. But someone … Continue reading Faith In Action – A look at LivingBread Ministries

ReBlog: How Do We Teach Creation Care to Combat Environmental Poverty?

For today's Compassion Wednesday, I wanted to simply reblog a really wonderful article that is posted over on Compassion International's website. However, I'm having issues with sharing it, so I'm just going to give the link below and you can run over there as quick as you can to read it. It's a great look … Continue reading ReBlog: How Do We Teach Creation Care to Combat Environmental Poverty?