The miracle of Hanukkah

December 5, 2016 0
When “Once upon a time” was the opening line of my books, World War II was in progress. Though memories sometimes materialize as make-believe, let me tell you about my first personal Hanukkah menorah. People always ask if Hanukkah’s the Jewish Christmas. How could that be possible, as it started [ . . . ]

This word will change your life

November 21, 2016 0
I want to share with you a word that can transform your attitude, health, family and life. I want to encourage you to engage this word in your vocabulary so that you can begin to live a life of expectation. The word is “forward.” A lesson in forward is wrapped [ . . . ]

Celebrate the season at the Holiday House Bazaar

October 31, 2016 0
There is excitement and much bustling about as the United Methodist Women (UMW) prepare for their annual Holiday House Bazaar on November 4 and 5 at First United Methodist Church, 522 White Ave. in Grand Junction. Spend the morning shopping for wreaths, floral arrangements and gifts at the Christmas Boutique, [ . . . ]

A visit to Someday Isle

October 3, 2016 0
Have you ever heard of Someday Isle? It actually exists. It is a resort on Coral Bay, St. John U.S. Virgin Islands in the Caribbean. Conversely, you know it as a phrase in this form, “Someday I’ll…” The phrase has been finished in a million different ways depending on one’s [ . . . ]

Memoirs of a PK

August 31, 2016 0
The minute I was born, I automatically became part of a small, close-knit group called PKs, which stood for “preacher’s kid.” It’s fun to meet another PK because they immediately understand your childhood without ever having known you. Some have taken the PK lifestyle with a grain of salt and [ . . . ]