What is the most important thing about working with children with or without special needs? And, why should you care?
David and Goliath 1 Samuel 17 We have to start with David before Goliath, then we understand David after Goliath. David before Goliath He was the least in his father’s house. He tended sheep. He was busy doing that, when God called him and set him apart through Samuel. David learned a lot about handling […]
Statement of Faith This page affirms and teaches: the inspiration of the Bible (both the Old and the New Testaments) 2Ti 3:16-17 All Scripture is God-breathed, and is profitable for doctrine, for reproof, for correction, for instruction in righteousness, that the man of God may be perfected, thoroughly furnished to every good work. the creation […]
About this book: Have you ever asked the question, “Is God there?” Is He really faithful? If so, how? Have you felt some deep pain and been glibly told “God is Faithful” as a quick fix, when you really needed to know how God could help? Now, you have in hand a ready list of […]
I was literally gasping for air…physically choking on my own avalanche of emotion and confusion. What did they just say? I can’t grasp this? What does this mean? Does it mean what I think it does? The relationship was severed….instantly with nothing I could do but reel physically in shock and the crushing kaleidoscope of […]
Where am I from?
Ginger came through the door of the Boylston Home with a 14-year-old sullen look on her face. She slumped in a chair and glared at me and her social worker. I was amazed at how many 14-year-old girls we had come through the doors. Did you know that being 14 is a very difficult age […]
I have so many dear friends who are going through such deep waters right now. My heart aches for them as they deal with death and cancer and loss of other ones. it makes me thankful that I know the Incredible God of Comfort who has comforted me, (2 Cor 1) can comfort them. As […]
This is a true story that happened probably 15 years ago. It is one I love being constantly reminded of and so I kept a visual. When I was teaching in Greenville County, I taught students who had emotional struggles that made it difficult for them to learn. It took a great deal of emotional […]
“It’s yours really it is!” “No I don’t believe you, I think you are wrong!” Those words still echo in my mind years later when I think of this story that happened in 1994. I remember the date because I have it written on the bottom of the figurine and who gave it to me. In the years that […]