Covid-19- We’re in this together?

Be sober-minded; be watchful. Your adversary the devil prowls around like a roaring lion, seeking someone to devour. I Peter 5:8   If you have ever watched an animal documentary on the hunting habits of lions, you’ll know that the strategy of the lion is to first separate the pack, then, once the prey is... Continue Reading →

The God who sits in a closet

“Disappointment to a noble soul is what cold water is to burning metal; it strengthens, tempers, intensifies, but never destroys it.” ~Eliza Tabor To say that I am disappointed is an understatement. It’s been two years since we finished paying on the van. When we began the journey of the 72 index cards, I had... Continue Reading →

Are you a daisy?

I have always been attracted to daisies.  Don't get me wrong, roses and violets and such are nice too, but there is something in me that does not connect to flowers that need constant attention and pampering in order to bloom and grow. As I rebuild my ministry in this season of my life, a... Continue Reading →

Is Jesus Enough?

Change is never easy.  My life has changed so much over the past two and a half years, I hardly recognize myself.  For over a decade, I traveled the country with my one woman show called The Story of Gomer.  Gomer was my life, my passion, and my identity.  One night at a sold out... Continue Reading →

Horizons of Gold

The past two years have brought many changes and challenges.  I have not posted anything, or done a show since last August.  The truth is, I have not been active with my ministry Back To His Heart because I have not felt anywhere near to God's heart lately. As some of you know, my family has... Continue Reading →

Prison Ministry, a gift from God.

We were very blessed to be able to present The Story of Gomer at the Kentucky Correctional Institute for Women in Louisville, KY.  It has been several years since I brought the show to a prison, mostly because I have been way too caught up in paying gigs. A couple of months ago, I did... Continue Reading →

The Day I Almost Killed My Child

Mother’s Day, 2000 My hands trembled as I opened the home pregnancy test.  My mom’s flight back to NY left in a few hours, so we had to leave for the airport soon.  According to the instructions on the test, it was a little early to get accurate results, but I had to try.  The... Continue Reading →

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