My industrious father was a man who became very familiar with using what was available. As a self-taught (thrust into the job) farmer, he had little resources, but used what tools he had available to till the land, grow crops, milk the cows, and feed and care for his wife
I can think of a thousand reasons to celebrate! I can’t list them all, but here are a few: I will become the ripe age of 60 this month! My husband and I will celebrate our 40th Anniversary in May! My family is coming to visit us in England in
God wrapped His Son in human flesh, signed his name in heaven and earth, and sealed the deal with Mary and Joseph to deliver him to the world to be our Savior. What an awesome Christmas deal that is ours for the asking: God the Father, the Son and the
Your Purpose…Your Passion
As we enter the fall season of this tumultuous year, we have the opportunity to reflect on whether we are accomplishing God’s plan for our lives. One might ask, “What is my purpose?” The answer can only come through a revelation from God.
It is stimulating to witness the
We have heard the phrase, “Getting Old is Not Fun”. Well, I’ve decided to embrace my maturing journey and make it fun, adventurous and blissful. Grant it, aging has its challenges, mostly health wise: weight gain, aches and pains of the unwelcomed cousin Arty, and night-creaming the wrinkles away. Yes,
Half of the year 2018 has come and gone. Time seems to go quickly, but we understand "that one day is with the Lord as a thousand years, and a thousand years as one day." 2 Pet 3:8 (KJV). So buckle up, settle down and "embrace the journey."
Our hearts were
The Courage to Trust...
God has shown us favor in every aspect of this move to England. I’m grateful for the courage to trust God with my entire life.
This March Edition of TM Magazine marks our Second-Year Anniversary!
Deriving from our theme for this Edition, our authors have divulged inspiring nuggets relating
While driving on a British highway one Sunday evening, we encountered various elements of a wintery mix. We saw the sun, snow showers, sleet and then gray clouds with what appeared to be streaming squalls of snow. A snowsquall is when gusts of wind turn a normal snowfall into a
For this last Edition of 2017, we chose to focus on spreading the good news! We have had such a tumultuous year with so many tragedies and political unrest that some good news is very much welcomed and appreciated. Our release of the December Edition is a little late due
On Saturday, December 2, 2017, Teachable Moments Magazine was delighted to conduct this special interview with a very special mother of our local church. Sister Ruth E. Thornton, aka “Mother Ruthie,” is 91 years old and continues to press her way to church twice a week. She continues her ministries