One pet peeve of mine is seeing a bulletin board with old information on it. It’s so simple to at least just take down the old information. I’ve entered church foyers and laid my eyes on bulletin boards that had not been changed in years. Ripped borders and faded paper caught my attention the most. If… Continue reading A Year’s Worth of Church Bulletin Boards
Found this picture of the farm. My parents sold it a few years ago, so there’s no going back. A lot of memories on those acres! I’ll challenge my siblings (and others) to post a favorite memory on the farm. Here’s one of mine…. April 1975 – The first time I saw the home place… Continue reading Elgendale Farms
Another baby blanket finished. Still have two more to get finished before the end of July This one is for niece, Shayna
This Christmas, we received so many cards that pronounced, “Joy is Coming!” This was so relevant to me because I have been on a quest to find my joy. The past few years at our church has been rather difficult. We’ve had so much sickness and other issues, it has been hard to stay upbeat,… Continue reading A Journey Towards Joy
My daughter’s Biology assignment to show the different systems in the human body using playdough
Nothing like a 50th wedding anniversary to boost your heritage. We were privileged to attend this celebration last weekend. Paula is Michael’s sister. She and her husband are a wonderful Christian couple and serve others above and beyond the call of duty! 🙂 We are grateful for their wonderful example. P.S. I am anxious to… Continue reading Paula & Curtis Griffin
Made from all the t-shirts we made during the ministry 2004-2011. The borders are actual handprints of children in the department.