I just got home from the mountains and I’m exhausted. Not physically, although that hike up the mountain a couple of days before we left was a challenge for my out-of-shape self. I’m talking about being emotionally exhausted. My husband and I spent a couple of days short of a month in the mountains … More The Good and The Bad on the Roller Coaster of Life
I could feel my anxiety increasing as the talking head droned on and on. Blah, blah, blah. I rolled my eyes and thought to myself, “enough already”. But, there was no escaping. My husband finally reached over and changed the radio station to something more pleasant. He either sensed my growing anxiety or had tired … More Why I Can Choose Joy No Matter The Circumstance
The Battle of Gettysburg was a decisive and bloody battle in the Civil War, a war fought to preserve the Union. Considering what we see on the news, I wonder, was the union truly preserved?
… More Reflections On Gettysburg: Did They Die In Vain?
What a better way to end our tour of Jerusalem than to gaze into the empty tomb? He is not there. He is risen! … More Impressions of Jerusalem: The Empty Tomb
This is the next to the last stop on my Impressions of Jerusalem series which covers the events of Good Friday. Be sure to catch my blog next week for the rest of the story. … More Impressions of Jerusalem: Via Dolorosa to Golgotha
Some of the places we visited on our trip to the Holy Land had a deep, emotional impact. … More Impressions of Jerusalem: Jesus on Trial
In our visit to Jerusalem, we toured the sites associated with Jesus’s last week on earth. This post focuses on the room of the Last Supper and the Garden of Gethsemane. … More Impressions of Jerusalem: The Upper Room and The Garden of Gethsemane