Lizbeth Greenwood doesn’t expect to witness a murder when visiting family in Beaver Shores, Michigan. But as long as she has to stay for the inquiry, she might as well join the Motorcycle charity poker run, see the sites and meet the suspects. Her dog, Sherlock, family and a possible new love interest help.
Who would have thought that a pandemic and electronic connections would return us to the early church. Yet, if you
My prayer list keeps growing longer. Sorrows increase. Friends and family are faced with Covid 19 exposure, suicide of a
Joy is abiding, like a still, steady light. The light flashes only as
Sometimes bad things just happen. It does no good to cry, “why me?” What matters, is how you deal with
Who am I at the crucifixion of Our Lord? I am The nail that pierces your flesh, The thief who
My tea is bitter today on this Ash Wednesday. I don’t much care for it without honey. Yet, it seems
Light in all it’s incarnations fascinates me. Whether the light is a lighthouse, fire, sunrise, it has a significance and attraction of its own. Light is both an objective material manifestation which can be measured and recorded and a subjective representation of knowledge or spiritual enlightenment. This blog site will explore my many musings… usually of light. Prepare to see a lot of sunrises.
Every sunrise is unique. Each brings joy and a sense of mystery and hope for the day. The most spectacular
This photo of Round Island Lighthouse sums up my view of life. The light shines even as the storms roll in. 1 Thessalonians 5:18 says “Give thanks in all circumstances”. Philippians 4:4 says “Rejoice in the Lord always”. Together, these two verses have formed who I am. I learned to take the bad with the good and to rejoice always in it all, trusting that there is a purpose.