SIXTY YEARS AGO, up among the New Hampshire hills, lived Farmer Bassett, with a houseful of sturdy sons and daughters growing up about him. They were poor in money, but rich in land and love, for the wide acres of wood, corn, and pasture land fed, warmed, and clothed the flock, while mutual patience, affection, and courage made the old farmhouse a very happy home. Continue reading Happy Thanksgiving!
Contentment is such a hard word to swallow. How can a person be content in a world that is constantly changing? Life is hard. There are constant battles and struggles to deal with, which makes contentment an ever changing word. … Continue reading Contentment
Once Scrooge chose to embrace a new life of selflessness, he started gaining a sense of contentment that was never before experienced. After the errors of his choices were made clear to him, he saw how incredible life could be. Continue reading Generosity
This month I decided to post a throwback piece. Throwback in the sense that I was never able to publish this December devotional. Since I firmly believe the joys of Christmas can be shared and considered all year long, this … Continue reading Shine Your Light
Happy New Year everyone! I pray you have had a great start to 2017. With the beginning of a new chapter, many questions get asked. People consider new resolutions as they reflect back on events and moments from years past. … Continue reading New Year, New Beginnings
I am consistently reminded that life is a series of joys and challenges. No sooner do I overcome one problem, that another problem is staring me in the face. It seems I can never catch a break—I am always fighting … Continue reading The Faithfulness of the Lord
This month has been a reflective one for me–do you ever have those months? Times when you stop and listen to the world around you–your own … Continue reading Live Out Loud