Last year, one of my dearest friends, Voudie Phillips, shared with me a gift uniquely created for her by her cousin, Diane, which in essence changed me and the way I bless people using all of the little scraps, cutouts and card making yard sale finds I have stuffed in zippy bags, baskets and hat boxes.
Every year at this time of the year, photos start popping up on my Facebook newsfeed, photos of people with short-sleeved shirts and shorts on, displaying sun-kissed cheeks and broad smiles.
Forward motion comes from looking forward.
We are focusing on a few “one-thing” questions that will help us get tuned in on what God wants for us in this new year.
Everyone will have a favorite piece of legislation to root for or against this session of the Indiana General Assembly, so there is a chance some of the lesser bills will escape attention.
Driving down any major highway in the United States of America, you will undoubtedly encounter more than a few billboards making you aware of crucial information for your current travels or your life in general and entreating you to respond in specific ways.
She is so strong. Now repeat that four times from four different voices.
Last week, we began focusing on the idea of “one thing” in 2022.
In the 2021 session, I championed Senate Enrolled Act 316, which has allowed more military families to receive grants through the Military Family Relief Fund by expanding the number of veterans who are eligible for the fund.
The end of 2021 must be met with relief by most Americans.