November 20, 2020

Book Launch “zooming” to you soon. Janet Stobie presents her latest book Breakthrough Moments Threads of Scripture in the Fabric of Life November  28, 2020 at 7:00 p.m. Eastern Time REGISTER—https://buytickets.at/janetstobie  There is no charge. They didn’t have a link saying free. Click on “GLAD YOU’RE COMING. WELCOME” and keep clicking to registration form. Raining…

November 14, 2020

Register for the Book Launch  https://buytickets.at/janetstobie There is no charge. They didn’t have a link saying free.  Click on “Glad You’re here” to get the zoom link. November 28, 2020  at 7:00 p.m. Eastern Time. Biblical Storyteller/Singer/Song Writer, Linnea Good, will join me as we will tell you a story of Jesus and his family,…

November 13, 2020

How Do We Become God’s Faithful People. In today’s world, tradespeople are highly valued. Qualifying as a skilled trades person is a lengthy process. After three years or more of college comes another two or three year apprenticeship, working beside a master of the trade. Covid 19 has made it safer to learn all we…

October 31, 2020

Public Health experts tell us we’re now into the second wave of Covid 19. Will it ever end? I sure hope so, and soon. Like many people, I find wearing a mask difficult. My glasses fog up. I’ve tried several styles. I just don’t have the best-shaped nose and cheek bones for mask wearing. I…

October 24, 2020

Most of us aren’t focused on searching for God. Yet, as we live our lives, occasionally God breaks through our busyness, our daily routine and we stop and stand very still, mesmerized by a rainbow stretched clear across the sky, or a tiny flower waving alone in the breeze. A crying toddler wraps tiny arms…

October 23, 2020

My excitement is building. As I’ve said before, writing and publishing a book is much like giving birth. With the arrival of my cover file for “Breakthrough Moments”, I feel as if my birth water’s have broken. Or as this cover depicts, I’ve been in the darkness and the sun is shining through. I’m thrilled….

October 17, 2020

Angels are scattered all over our house, tiny, tall, black and white, hanging from lamps, resting atop my dresser. One Christmas, our granddaughter suggested that we play a game, “Let’s see who can find the most angels at Grandma’s house.” Angels are a part of the scenic background of our home, so much so that…

October 8, 2020

In North America, our Thanksgiving celebration began with the pilgrims giving thanks for the fall harvest that would get them through the winter. Today as the holiday weekend approaches, it’s hard to open our eyes to the bounty in God’s world. Covid 19 restrictions, wearing masks can blind us to the beauty in our own…

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