My greatest pleasure in life is not only to receive God’s blessings for me and my loved ones, but to give the glory and honor back to Him because I know that all good things come from our Father.
Four years ago, I went to see an eye specialist for the severe dry eye problems I developed after a botched LASIK surgery. My biggest regret in life was having that surgery. Not only did I still need glasses for my vision, but I can’t even describe all the pain I’ve been through with the dry eyes I developed from the surgery. It got so bad that even though I put drops in my eyes multiple times during the day and ointment in both eyes at night at bedtime, I was afraid of waking up in the morning because I’d always have stabbing pain in both eyes when I first opened them. Continue reading →
When we started attending Eagle’s Nest Worship Center in Omaha a little over four years ago, there was a Greeter who was always so friendly and he and I became good friends. His name was Samuel Lee, but most people referred to him as Brother Lee. Everyone could always count on a warm handshake or hug and a great smile and a goofy joke, but his concern and love was genuine for everyone who came in to the church. I was told he served on the Greeter Ministry for nearly 15 years and it was a great fit for him because he “never knew any strangers.” Continue reading →
Let me share an interesting story. A few weeks ago, I was invited to be the guest presenter at the Nebraska State Aglow Conference to be held in Kearney, Nebraska. The selection team consists of seven or eight ladies who are on that particular leadership team. Each year they acquire or receive some names of possible speakers, and Continue reading →
As I drove up to the large church and school where I was to minister today, I kind of laughed because the parking lot was so full and it was raining, so I parked in a senior citizen’s parking stall. I don’t feel that old, but I qualify, and I laughed because Continue reading →