Filling Life's Potholes with God's Perfection

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Meet My Friend Kim

Meet My Friend Kim

Kim King is a commercial insurance producer with River Tree Insurance Services in Huntsville, Alabama. I’ve known Kim since our children were small, but we didn’t become close friends until 2009 when we began having Bible studies with the female inmates in our local jail. I guess it’s true, those who pray together stay together. […]

Praise the Lord!

Praise the Lord!

I know it’s not Tuesday, but … I came across a song as I walked at the farm today that I had never heard before. I stopped in my tracks when I focused on the words. In a few short minutes David Crowder completely described my freedom journey. Don’t jump ahead and listen to the […]

What Truly Matters

What Truly Matters

If you’ve meandered down Perfection Road with me for very long you know how fond I am of Paul’s passionate statement in Galatians 5:6. In his inimitable style, Paul tells the Galatians and us what truly matters. He proclaims, “The only thing that counts is faith expressing itself through love.” We know Jesus hung all […]

Gnarly Roots

Gnarly Roots

“Make sure that no one falls short of the grace of God and that no root of bitterness springs up, causing trouble and defiling many.” Hebrews 12:15, CSB Are you a spur-of-the-moment traveler, or do you plan for months on end? We usually plan; however, last week, at the very last minute, we ran away […]

Swamped

Swamped

Are you in over your head right now; swamped by work, crashed by waves of unrelenting health issues, or dashed against rocky relationships? Perhaps you’re trying to survive all three? You know if you’re asked to swim against just one more current you’ll surely run out of breath and sink to the ocean floor. When […]

Not in a Hurry

Not in a Hurry

When my laptop crashed last week I wanted to fling it across the room frisbee-style. But rather than add sheetrock repair to my to-do list, I rushed it to the Apple hospital hoping it could be resuscitated. It could not. It needed surgery. Yesterday, my many dollars and I traveled toward Huntsville to sign discharge […]