That was the question I heard today when talking to a friend during our weekly discipleship calls. I confessed that I’m STILL trying to figure that out but I’ve tried a few things along the way. I’m going live on FB now to record what I shared about what I have done and what IContinue reading How do I keep my child focused in church?
My children, especially my daughter, loves to give me the death glare (that she learned from her dad) and yank on my arm at the end of church service when her and her brother see me mingling with other people because they are ready to leave as soon as the closing prayer is over. InContinue reading Why do you talk so much?
The Poor and the Grateful ***originally published on Facebook Notes but copied and rehomed here*** SEJANA SEJANA·TUESDAY, MAY 10, 201636 Reads I have had a lot of things happen to me, especially recently, it seems. I meant to type them out to share with you – but time runs away from me. I figure whileContinue reading The Poor and the Grateful
On this date 10 years ago, I was officially honorably discharged from my time in the military. This is a look back at the names, uniforms and campaign slogans used during my 12 years of Active duty US Army service. I’m still serving today but in a different way. I was called many names duringContinue reading A look back at my former military life review: names called, uniforms worn, recruiting campaign slogans changed.
“She has a graduate degree but isn’t doing anything with it.” “I’m a full time volunteer.” “Stay at home mom.” “My formal career ended 10 years ago to raise my kids.” Well, it’s that time for me to start thinking about getting back into the workforce now that my spouse is looking at retirement fromContinue reading Facing the military retirement transition Part 1: Are you ever going back to work?
A letter to you To all the parents who have just said ‘goodbye’ to their children as they head off to school for the day: you are in my prayers. Remember Jesus loves them more than you do. He gave ALL of Himself for them and for you to have an opportunity to be backContinue reading As you start this new season