Posted in June 2012

Refurbished (by Len Winneroski)

And since we have been made right in God’s sight by the blood of Christ, he will certainly save us from God’s condemnation. For since our friendship with God was restored by the death of his Son while we were still his enemies, we will certainly be saved through the life of his Son. So … Continue reading

A New Day (by Debrah S. Bernier)

Just as the sunshine Sends it’s rays through the trees, So Your light shines Through us, on our knees. Your love glows brightly On each believer’s face, While the rain of Your mercy Floods our souls with Your grace. For each and every new day Brings a promise of it’s own, For in this journey … Continue reading

I Feel…(by Debrah S. Bernier)

Lord, I hear Your gentle voice In the softly falling rain. I feel Your mighty presence And my troubles are down the drain. I feel Your tender eyes Watching all that I do. And turn to You very often When I haven’t got a clue. I feel Your everlasting love That surrounds me-true, So I … Continue reading

The Leading Father (by Ricky Maye)

Since my early days in church I’ve often been told I had to relate to God as a father. I just couldn’t… See, I never knew my father, he caused my mother horrible pain and left our family to fend for itself excelling us into a deeper poverty and depression. Amongst all of this constant … Continue reading

Oaks (by D.A. Cobb)

My daughter who is now in her forties has battled allergies since childhood. Many years ago she and her family moved to Colorado with its crisp mountain air and clear blue skies. But a few years later she was offered a position with a firm located in southern California. It was an exceptional offer with … Continue reading

Kite (by D.A. Cobb)

Many years ago, when one of my sons was about seven, he asked if he could have a kite.  So the next day he and I went to the country store. It seemed we were there for hours as he carefully examined each one over and over again. Finally a choice was made and the … Continue reading

I Remember You (by Debrah S. Bernier)

When times are hard And things gone astray, That’s when I remember You Along with things You would say. You’d tell me that You love me dearly, And in Your time You’ll help me see clearly. You’d pick me up In Your loving hands, And carry me through Without any demands!

Cane (by D.A. Cobb)

A few months ago my daughter sent me a cane after my second knee replacement. I’m having a difficult time with balance and she also thought I would look more distinguished. A very thoughtful gift and one I will cherish always. As I was entering a card shop today a young man, I say in … Continue reading

Brag Time (by D.A. Cobb)

It’s brag time! When my youngest son was in his teens and growing into his twenties he was an outstanding tennis player. He played number one singles in high school and was selected to the junior Davis Cup team. During his college days he was also slotted at number one. He served and volleyed so … Continue reading