Posted in December 2014

Wreaths of Christmas – Day Thirty

Wreaths of Christmas – Day Thirty

Hello friends, If you haven’t gotten a chance to read my parent’s story, posted on Christmas Eve, I hope you will pop over and view it…I believe you will enjoy it. Married Times Two On Christmas Eve… This is the day the Lord has made;We will rejoice and be glad in it. Blessings, Kasey  

Can You Imagine?

Can You Imagine?

Can you imagine being fourteen-years old and your parents have arrange for you to be married? That’s exactly what happened to Shiuli a fourteen-year-old Nepalese woman who grew up in a quiet mountain village located in Nepal. At fourteen, she married Tarun whom her parents had chosen for her to marry. Tarun decided they would … Continue reading

Wreaths of Christmas – Day Twenty-Six

Wreaths of Christmas – Day Twenty-Six

Hope everyone had a Merry Christmas! If you missed my parent’s story on Christmas Eve please hop over and have a look…I think you will enjoy it. The LORD sits in majesty in Jerusalem, exalted above all the nations. Psalm 99:2. Blessings, Kasey

Merry Christmas – 2014

Merry Christmas – 2014

Merry Christmas, dear friend! While they were there, the time came for the baby to be born, and she gave birth to her firstborn, a son. She wrapped him in cloths and placed him in manager, because there was no guest room available for them. Luke 2:7.Just for fun!   Blessing, Kaseye

Women of Christmas

Women of Christmas

For the last several years I’ve really struggled with Christmas; because Christmas seems to be shrouded in materialism…rather than Christ. Sales and Stuff!Stores shout sales and papers ring discounts and commercials promote spending (always spending)…and I wrestle with how to keep Christ in Christmas. This time of year can become a three ring circus if … Continue reading

Twenty-one Years

Twenty-one Years

Twenty-one years ago today, with stars in my eyes and love in my heart, I slipped into a white velvet dress and said, “I do!” A bride of twenty-five and a groom of thirty-one would become one. For this reason a man will leave his father and his mother and be united to his wife, and … Continue reading

Could you Use a Laugh?

Could you Use a Laugh?

I chuckle!  A tug-of-war has just ensued in my kitchen between my son (fifteen) and his puppy (Maverick). Then our mouth was filled with laughter, and our tongue with shouts of joy; then they said among the nations, “The Lord has done great things for them.” (Psalm 126:2). Maverick whined to go outside…or at least … Continue reading

And Thus the Measuring Begins!

And Thus the Measuring Begins!

Within minutes of being born newborns are given an Apgar score. A quick assessment to evaluate their health…and thus the measuring begins!(Now, before I go any further, let me clarify; I’m not in anyway opposed to the Apgar test rather I’m just trying to make a point!) Scores, measurements, and competition (climbing ladders) it starts … Continue reading

Wreaths of Christmas Day Fourteen

Wreaths of Christmas Day Fourteen

Welcome to day fourteen of Wreaths of Christmas. Each day during the month of December I will be posting a photo of a Christmas wreath. I hope you will drop back by to view all of the Wreaths of Christmas. Great is the LORD in Zion; he is exalted over all the nations. Psalm 99:2. … Continue reading

Girl Brings Scandal to Village

Girl Brings Scandal to Village

For those of us who make our homes in North America we can worship our God without fear of persecution; we can gather freely with our brothers and sisters in Christ without negative consequences being imposed. We can lift our voices in song this Advent season and sing praises like: “Joy to the World, Little … Continue reading