April is National Autism Awareness month. I will be posting a series of pieces this month dedicated to my lovely little sister. Autism is very diverse. It is expressed differently as each individual is unique. I wrote this poem 10 years ago (I was 13 years old and my sister was 10 years old) to … Continue reading Faith in Her World
Day 9 Read today’s scripture (all of it): Affliction: Mark 2:17, Mark 1:40-42, 2 Corinthians 12:5-10, Psalm 34:19 Healing: Psalm 147:3, Matthew 14:14, 1 Peter 2:24, 2 Corinthians 4:7-18 Record what stood out to you. Reflect, pray, and meditate on how it applies to your life. Respond in your art journal to press the Word into your heart. She Reads Truth Link-> Day 9: Affliction and Healing … Continue reading Broken Jars of Clay.
Cloud covers sun a truth has been hidden Flower bloom new love is born Raindrops fall poor child weeps Light wind blows little blessing is given Dew on grass enhances morning Colors pile in sky the end of day Leaf floats down we wither away Fog consumes air my world goes grey (Written in 2009)
My senior year of high school (5 years ago!), our English class was assigned to read Geoffrey Chaucer’s The Canterbury Tales. This is a collection of 24 stories written in the late 1300s that depict the journey of a group of pilgrims from London to Canterbury. We were instructed to create our own pilgrim. The … Continue reading The Painter
Arvin. A little boy in the Philippines. Arvin is “special.” This little boy absorbs all the attention he can get. He wanders the streets of the community by himself, no friends, no playmates…searching for hugs from white missionaries or any kind of attention from anyone. Arvin gets picked on. Bullied. Rejected. Ignored by his peers. … Continue reading Neglected Royalty