• Lessons From A Sheep

    The Bummer Lamb

    Rejection is hard, not to mention hurtful. As a writer I’ve experienced my share of rejections from publishers, magazines, newspapers, and blog sites. I think the worst rejection came from the Senior Producer of the Christian Broadcasting Network several years…

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    The Torture and Death of Jesus

    No doubt the coronavirus has significantly changed our lives these past weeks. I go to the grocery store wearing latex gloves now. I haven’t met with any of my friends for lunch since early March. I wash my hands more…

  • Lessons From A Sheep

    The Cast Sheep

    A sweet friend and fellow Christian writer recently posed a question about what items bring comfort to you. After a moment of contemplation, I quickly honed in on a small figurine given to me by a friend. While the figurine…

  • Lessons From A Sheep

    God Bless the Rancher

    Howdy partners! Saddle up for a ride on the ranch. Can you tell I just got back from a dude ranch? I wrangled another dudette to go to the rolling hills of the Sequatchie Valley in Tennessee. We turned our…

  • Lessons From A Sheep

    The Lost Sheep

    Statistics was not a course I had to take in college so I don’t have the disdain for statistics as some do. In fact I’m somewhat of a sucker for interesting statistics that illustrate a point. There are many crazy…

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    Paradox of the Lamb

    Easter is now behind us but it caused me to want to learn more about why Jesus is referred to as the sacrificial lamb. What’s so significant about lambs to give Jesus Christ, the King of Kings, such humble recognition?…

  • Lessons From A Sheep

    Shear Delight

    Believe it or not, it gets cold in Alabama in the wintertime. We may not have much snow but it still can get cold with bitter winds. On occasion I pull out my long red wool coat or my wool…

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    Beautiful Sheep

    When my family was visiting Ireland I picked up a book entitled “Beautiful Sheep.” The book made me smile as I considered the odd title and why it would go so far as to call sheep “beautiful.” But as I…