By Nancy Ward
”Should anyone press you into service for one mile, go with him for two miles,” (Matthew 5:41).
Your son comes home from his first day of Early Childhood all excited,
“Guess what, Mommy, we get to go on all the field trips together! Every
“Why is that?”
“Because we have a station wagon!” Blam! There goes your writing time.
“You’re the only one I can count on to do this for me.” Blam! Another unwelcome commitment busting your schedule.
Your husband calls you from work worried about
Walter, a contract employee. He injured his back, not while on duty on
the survey ship, but off duty in a jeep accident. He’s coming home from
the hospital and
he needs a place to heal until the insurance approves an apartment. His
wife concurs that I can take better care of him than she can in
Continue reading at Nancy's blog JOY Alive in our hearts.
Strange Gods: Moments of distraction - In Strange Gods: Unmasking the idols of everyday life, Elizabeth Scalia writes beautifully about how she struggles with distractions during her prayers. ...
9 hours ago