I’m reading through the book of Joshua and was struck by God’s statement. Moses was dead. For Joshua, this meant not only the end of the familiar, it meant the beginning of a new path.
The same is true for you…Continue
Note from Poppy: My friend, Beth Farley, writes a weekly column so I invited her to share this with you. I think we all identify!
As a Christian, I find it ironic to be asking, but I have to.
Last month I joined my two sisters on a week’s cruise from England to Norway. We hadn’t spent that much time together for nearly 20 years. Naturally, we talked about our parents, our upbringing, and how differently our lives had turned out.
Before I became a believer in Jesus, Easter meant devouring as much of a Cadbury’s chocolate Easter bunny as I could before my mother took it away!
Our English Easter bunnies were not the hollow types that you find here in America, they were filled with little chocolates. Talk about a yummy sugar high!