Filling Life's Potholes with God's Perfection

Perfection Road offers encouragement to those longing to live like Jesus,
so they may confidently travel the road toward God's perfect love.

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 […]

Home

Home

I have to share this post written by my niece Allie Roberts who is away at college. I hope it brightens your day and gives you fresh perspective. Happy Tuesday, everyone! Home (noun): the place where one lives permanently, especially as a member of a family or a household. The Googled definition of ‘home’ doesn’t […]

Do You Have Your List?

Do You Have Your List?

I can’t get Beth Moore’s recent Living Proof segment off my mind. She passionately spoke of how so many Christians stay on their Basic Theology Treadmill for so long that they get bored. Here’s what she said: “We come to our conclusion of what it is we believe. We get those things down, and we’ll get […]

Restful Rain

Restful Rain

It’s raining today where I live and I am blessed. The hardships of those in Houston, the Caribbean, and Florida have escaped me. My house is dry, secure, and quiet; so is my soul – at last. Last week wore on me like a woodworker’s plane. The stroke of each day’s passing curled another thin […]

When God Gets Quiet

When God Gets Quiet

On test day when you were in school, did you long for the teacher to speed up her instructions and get quiet quickly so you would have more time to concentrate on all the test questions? As a former student, I understood that longing in my students, but as a teacher I wanted my students […]

Hit Your High Note

Hit Your High Note

Yesterday,  as my mom and I traveled down the road, I decided to play some Elvis gospel for her. It’s funny how we could both remember the words to those songs we haven’t heard in years. We found ourselves “Crying in the Chapel” even though there was “Peace in the Valley” as we beckoned “Swing […]

What Grandma Learned From A Mega-Church

What Grandma Learned From A Mega-Church

Growing up I heard much criticism toward TV evangelists. Some of it was well earned. However, I became judgmental toward all men spouting Scripture on TV. “All they want is money.” “They’re just after fame.” These were the comments I often heard and grew to believe. I would mock the comb marks in their Brylcreem-greased […]

Your Chance to Be the Editor! Help!

Your Chance to Be the Editor! Help!

As some of you know, the manuscript for Freedom for the Good Little Church Girl was finished in May. Throughout the entire book writing process, I’ve tried to stay tuned to the voice of the Spirit. I only wanted to write what I believed He was leading me to say. Now that it’s written, I want […]