A quote I heard this past week took me back to the time when our daughter was in college and the summer she toured with a Christian singing group, The Continentals. Jennifer was the pianist for the group that traveled the eastern part of the US and several countries overseas.
Delayed gratitude can be more powerful than gratitude at the moment we’re blessed. We may not fully appreciate what happened until time passes. Listen in to learn more.
Hello everyone and welcome to episode 123, “Ask Thoughtful Questions and See What Happens” In last week’s episode, no. 122, “The Questions We Ask … and Fail to Ask,” I suggested that to deepen our relationships with people try asking the two questions asked of me recently. Namely,
When encouragement from others is lacking, we can encourage ourself by observing others, then ask God to help us to be like the people we admire. Hello everyone and welcome to today’s show, episode 90. Do you remember the last time someone encouraged you and how good that
A key marker in any parent’s life is when their child goes off to school for the first time. Whether it’s to kindergarten, or when our kids leave home for college, it stirs up emotions within us. For some, it’s relief that their kid is finally out of
Cross-cultural relationship encounters enrich our lives when we least expect it. I had one the other evening, even though it happened in the context of a disappointing change in attitude from a trusted friend. It used to be before I walked out the door for a brisk early morning walk