Haters got to hate? If we hate the haters, what does that make us? If we love our neighbors, what does that make us? If we love our enemies, what does that look like? Has the world ever seen that example? No, America and American history are not all rainbows and butterflies. But, it’s tenents, […]Read more "Haters"
In the book, “Sacred Privilege” by Kay Warren she comments on the timeless truths for a Pastor’s wife. There are new normals for the clergy family but there are also new joys and sorrows as well. Kay is not shy about noting the journey of a Pastor’s family. She does not step away from the […]Read more "Book Review: “Sacred Privilege”"
Global warming. The earth heaving. Signs in the sun, moon and stars. Men are lovers of pleasure rather than lovers of God. Lawlessness abounds. Yes. The end is coming. But, if we are paying attention, God will direct us just as he directed the shepherds at Messiah’s birth. It has all been prophesized. If you […]Read more "Fervent Heat"
https://www.blogger.com/navbar.g?targetBlogID=3127109755858934456&blogName=Grandma+Duncan%27s+Doodles&publishMode=PUBLISH_MODE_BLOGSPOT&navbarType=LIGHT&layoutType=LAYOUTS&searchRoot=http://grandmaduncansdoodles.blogspot.com/search&blogLocale=en&v=2&homepageUrl=http://grandmaduncansdoodles.blogspot.com/&vt=6467270778674092743&usegapi=1&jsh=m%3B%2F_%2Fscs%2Fapps-static%2F_%2Fjs%2Fk%3Doz.gapi.en.bo-wuTi9xXg.O%2Fm%3D__features__%2Fam%3DAQ%2Frt%3Dj%2Fd%3D1%2Frs%3DAGLTcCNovm8xKDbtI-27JlxfUEErMh_WtA#id=navbar-iframe&parent=http%3A%2F%2Fgrandmaduncansdoodles.blogspot.com&pfname=&rpctoken=18951656 Grandma Duncan’s Doodles Monday, December 9, 2013 Spiritual Boredom Spiritual Boredom What is spiritual boredom? Is it a lack of motivation toward spiritual things? Is it an insulation from any new spiritual input? Children, often get bored during a sermon–they don’t have the attention span or the intellectual ability to absorb all that is […]Read more "Archive Blogger.com"
Obviously, we are dealing with a younger generation of women in the church today. A new version of “church ladies”-that has less to do with pot lucks, proper dress and teaching Sunday School. Forty years as a Pastor’s wife and a believer leaves me with some fifties traditions-I dare not call them strongholds. I have […]Read more "The Esther Anointing By Michelle McClain Walters A Book Review"
Another Book Review by Linda Lee In the Deborah Anointing, by Michelle McClain-Walters, my imagination was incited, excited and broadened. Michelle emphasizes Deborah as the Jewish Mother. Imagine that, a Jewish woman with the Mother anointing, sitting under a Palm Tree. “oy vey, Heine, eat the Lentils your wife cooks for […]Read more "The Deborah Anointing by Michelle McClain-Walters"
Euny Hong suggests keeping your big goals to yourself. via Stop Talking About That Book You’re Writing — DiscoverRead more "Stop Talking About That Book You’re Writing — Discover"