I have been married for almost 34 years and we have been blessed with 2 children.  Our daughter is 31 years old and she is a busy and wonderful mommy to 4.

Our son is 22…yes, I had my children 9 years apart and my whole family brings much happiness into my life.  I thank God every day for the blessings I have received in the form of my children and grandchildren.

I was raised a Baptist and was a faithful church-goer until I got married.  I allowed the devil to fool me into believing that my husband, raised Episcopalian, and I could not find a church that would meet both of our needs.  God would not allow the devil steal what He intended for my life and He finally brought me back to a life centered on Him through various trials in my life 4 years ago.  The summer of 2009 was the worst and best time of my life.

How things have changed over the last four years.  My husband and I attend the same church each weekend and we are blessed to bring our grandchildren with us.

I want to be who He has called me to be and live my life serving Him.  God has been so good to me and I want to sing of His love forever!  He truly is our STRONGTOWER!!!!


  1. Thanks for this blog. I need it, please keep me posted.

  2. Thank you for putting up ” Jesus Calling” every day ! ive been reading it daily since may 29, 2011… but moved recently snd can never find it!
    I appreciate being able to come here to read it. It is as close to WHO I experience the Trinity to be as Who lives in my heart. Thankyou!

  3. Good morning!

    I was so touched by your blog today. As believers it is our duty to love others and share the blessing of God’s love with others. Your humbly directing people to the Word of God and expressing the need for people to discover God’s unique message for each individual is powerful.
    My name is Laura and one day I would perhaps like to get a master’s in theology. If it is God’s will this will happen and in His perfect time.
    I was so impressed by the eloquence of how you expressed this reality. I would very much like to quote you. May I have your permission? If so may I use your name?
    Either way, I would like to thank you for being such a blessing in my life. I wish you and your family much happiness, health and love. Your sister in Christ, Laura

    • I do not mind being quoted, I am curious what post you were going to be quoting me from. I am not actively writing at the moment and so I’m not sure which posting from my blog you are wishing to quote. Thank you for your kind words, and please know this is not about me, but all to His glory.

  4. Thank you for doing the work for us in having this available! Blesdings

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