What You Can See When You Slow Down

By Dave Almack This blog was originally posted January 1 at https://faithlit.wordpress.com/. This edition is slightly edited. For many years,...

The Enoughness of God

By Debbie Shope Recently, our family, or at least I, have developed a great attachment to a number of the...

New Year Reflections

By Ward Shope New Year’s Eve has come and gone. Debbie and I found ourselves alone this year for possibly...

Two Christmas Poems

Longing for Christmas By Nancy Jordan Unks It’s a malady so common in December: Excessive, wistful, sentimental yearning For times...

Home for the Holidays

By Tim Shaw Whether you prefer Perry Como’s classic version or Karen Carpenter’s catchy rendition, “(There’s No Place Like) Home...

Silent Night Revisited

By Debbie Shope “Silent night, holy night; All is calm, all is bright . . . .” Wait a minute. ...

Invitation for Seasonal Poetry

By Ward Shope Thanksgiving is over and recent tradition is to call our members with poetic ambition to write a...

The Lord of Our Rings

By Ward Shope Thirty years ago, as Debbie and I exchanged wedding vows, we gave each other rings as a...

How I Grew at the Jr. High Retreat

By Mercer Junior High Fall Retreats are always enjoyable, and I know many of us leave with a renewed faith....

All is Well

By Melanie Kauffman I’m sure that most of you have read or are familiar with the Harry Potter series by...

The Greatness of Our God

By Fae Hicks One morning I was pondering how vast and great our God is. I considered all of His...