https://youtu.be/TCunuL58odQ Play the song. Close your eyes, and just listen. It's easy to forget. The love. The incomparable, immeasurable love of God. We focus on the hurt, the hate, the anger, the fear. We see the pain, and we ask "Does God really love us? All of us?" And I say, yes. Yes He does. … Continue reading Repost: Compassion Wednesday: Oh How He Loves Us
Here is this week's entry into the Flash Fiction for Aspiring Writers' challenge. I hope you enjoy it! “Can I help ya?” Bart asked, pulling off leather work gloves. The young woman didn’t answer, but stared at the stacked firewood piled against his small camping supply shop. “Needin’ wood for your campfire? It’s gonna be … Continue reading Flash Fiction Friday: The Young Woman
This post is a bit different for me. I don't normally delve into writing tips on this blog. I'll tweet great tips I've picked up on other sites, but that's the point. There are a lot of websites and blogs that tackle this. Sites such as: The Story Reading Ape Kristen Lamb A Writer's Path … Continue reading Yes, You’re a Great Writer, But You Still Need an Editor
Another week, another Flash Fiction for Aspiring Writers challenge. Love these story prompts. Enjoy! The place where I made you mine. Under the stars. You wore the white summer dress with the blue flowers. Alice held the note with shaking hands, read the lines again, and stared at the two pictures below them. One, a … Continue reading Flash Fiction Friday: The Place Under the Stars
This post first appeared on Craig Greenfield's blog on April 18, 2017. Brian Mullaney was a sterotypical ad man - a New York yuppie in an Armani suit with a gold rolex on his wrist. But when he hooked up with Operation Smile everything changed. The charity sends volunteer medical teams to places like Gaza, … Continue reading Reblog: So you want to change the world? Can you make this one sacrifice?