Paint A Thought
God's Tapestry
A Christian's Walk
Within Us
Honesty and Integrity
Beginning Today
Moving The Rock
A Comfortable Silence
At The Window
The Wealthiest Man
Three Trees
Stress Therapy
Let Go
Driving Away The Shadows
I Know Who I Am
Standing Still
The Balance Sheet of Life
A Life That Matters
The Story of Your Life
Eternal Instants
Slow dance
The Piano Lesson
Your Fence
The Atheist's Holiday
How Do YOU Walk?
Exercise Your Soul
I Am Thankful
The Art of Letting Go
My Quilt
A Penny Blessing
Are You Empty Yet?
Living By Faith
The Living Water
Installing Love
If Only
God Will Provide
The Pillar of Love
Alone I Am Nothing
The Greatest Love Song
We Danced
The Thorn Bouquet
Let It Go!
Have Courage
A Survival Kit
And Think Of Me
Don't be afraid to speak out
The Guiding Light
What are you building?
What Friends Do
Time - Your Greatest Gift
Peace Garden
Roots of Change
Morning Prayer
Don't Open Your Mouth
My Heart
Never Give Up On Love
Shining Light
Do You?
Weather Changes
Just For Today
Somebody Said
I Hope by Paul Harvey
Push On
Refining Silver
My Cup
Loving God's Way
Overcoming A Broken Heart
Carrots, Eggs, and Coffee Beans
What's Left?
The Rented Room
When I Am Lonely
Serving Where God Places Us
Clay Balls
God Is
The Smell of Rain
The Oak Tree
Learning From Fear
The Heart of the Soul
Touching Billy
Dusty Shoes
Between You and God
The Shadow of Your Cross
Angels Among Us
The Wolves Within
When Jesus Looks
The Empty Chair
God Gave.................
God Knows
A Walk To School

If I decorate my house perfectly with
beautiful furniture, capeting, and drapes,
but do not show love to
family and friends, I'm just another decorator.

If I slave away in the kitchen, baking
dozens of  cookies, preparing gourmet meals
and arranging a beautifully
adorned table at mealtime, but do not
show love to family and friends, I'm
just another cook.

If I work at the soup kitchen, sing in
the nursing home and give all that
I have to charity, but do not show
love to family and friends, it profits
me nothing.

If I hurry about tending to all of life's niceties
 but do not focus on Christ, I have missed the point.

Love stops the cooking to hug the child.

Love sets aside the decorating to kiss
the spouse.

Love is kind, though harried and tired.

Love doesn't envy another's home that
has coordinated  china and table

Love doesn't yell at the kids to get
out of the way.

Love doesn't give only to those who are
able to give in return but rejoices in
giving to those who can't.

Love bears all things, believes all things,
hopes all things, endures all things.

Love never fails. Video games will break,
pearl necklaces will be lost, golf clubs
will rust.

But giving the gift of LOVE will endure.