Month: July 2018

Shut the Front Door!

“Sticks & stones may break my bones, but words will never hurt me!” We’ve said that, but we didn’t mean it. Some words DID and DO hurt us! Someone spoke negatively about us when we gave something our all, or someone spoke ugly about one of our kids or family members. Or our mind is…

By Donna Wuerch July 30, 2018 0

What’s Your Name?

The words on this gal’s shirt captured my attention at my grandson’s baseball game: “Sarcasm — just one more service I offer”. And indeed that’s what she offered. I couldn’t believe my eyes that she’d wear a shirt like that and neither could I believe the sarcasm that she had. It was evident that she…

By Donna Wuerch July 29, 2018 0

Bored? Climb a Mimosa Tree!

“I’m so bored!” Famous words from kids during their summer vacation even with all the technology gadgets they own – they still get weary from the same-o, same-o! Did you complain of boredom when you were a kid? I did. My Mom’s reply to that – “Go outside and play. Make some soup.” WHAT? Oh,…

By Donna Wuerch July 27, 2018 0

Help Me! I’m an Ice Cream-oholic!

I scream, you scream, we all scream for ice cream! My addiction to ice cream started with the yummy homemade peach ice cream my dad made in those old crank ice cream makers. Then, my dad enabled more love when after church each Sunday night, he’d take me to the nearby convenience store and buy…

By Donna Wuerch July 25, 2018 0

What is Your Foundation Built Upon?

Is Your Home Built on Firm Foundation? I heard a riveting sermon yesterday about foundations – of buildings, homes, AND people. When prevailing winds and storms come (and they will), what is it that keeps structures firmly standing? What is it that gives the strength, will, and determination to outlast the storms of life? Remember…

By Donna Wuerch July 23, 2018 0

Keep Planting Those Seeds

Seed…..Time….Harvest – that’s the process. We plant our seeds of faith, our seeds of caring and loving and giving and, sometimes, we think it’s taking way too long between planting the seed and gathering the harvest. We surmise that it must have been unfruitful seed. Take an apple, for example. It is hard to believe,…

By Donna Wuerch July 22, 2018 0