Buy my books " Joy in the Journey " and " Song in the Night" on Amazon now 20% goes to missions Experiencing sound quality issues? Please Click here The Puzzle Pieces of Life Life can look like a puzzle. Some get the prizes they expected, and some get suprised at what they get. What is the most exciting time in the process of solving a puzzle? the beginning? or as we get each piece? or is it at the end when all pieces are complete? Regardless of what excites you, the potential beauty that it can become is rewarding. When we first open the box, the puzzle looks nothing like the picture on the outside; it is simply jumbled pieces in a bag. If life is compared to a puzzle, it may be a simple puzzle with a hundred different pieces, or it may be a more complicated thousand-piece puzzle with a picture that’s rather tricky to put together. There may be unpleasant and uncomfortable pieces in life that you feel like not fi
Buy my books " Joy in the Journey " and " Song in the Night" on Amazon now 20% goes to missions Experiencing sound quality issues? Please Click here A Radically Hospitable Mother Anna Jarvis, the woman who is credited with founding Mother's Day, was an active member of the Methodist Church in Grafton, WV, which became known as "the Mother's Day Church." Inspired by her own mother, Anna Jarvis organized "Mothers' Work Day Clubs" in the 1850s, providing support and services to the underprivileged in the area, such as medical assistance, milk inspections for children, nursing care for the sick, and shelters for children with tuberculosis. During the Civil War, she brought together these clubs to pledge friendship and goodwill, and the women courageously nursed soldiers from both sides, saving many lives. After the war, Anna Reeves Jarvis became a peacemaker and organized "Mothers'