The Hardest Job

I was watching a movie this week, one of the characters said "It's the hardest job you will ever do." He was talking to the mother of his child, encouraging her in one of those rough timesmost parents go through. It's easy to think that when you have nothing to compare it too. As I... Continue Reading →


There is a Christian song that says lay your burdens down, it has been two days so I don't really remember the exact song or artist. As I listened to the words in the car, my mind went to the new Pinocchio movie I watched. Unlike the the versions I grew up watching, this version... Continue Reading →

A Mother’s View

Last night we watched Mel Gibson’s Passion of the Christ for Resurrection Sunday. I couldn’t help as a mother having empathy for Mary. I know that much of her role is has been added to for the drama, but I just can’t imagine watching my child go through such torture. I had the thought, as... Continue Reading →

Can I maybe call you Daddy?

"Can I maybe call you dad?" Those simple words on the screen from a little girl to her daddy brought tears to my eyes. There is a difference between a father and a dad. All daddies are fathers in my book, but not all fathers are daddies. I see a father as a figure, there... Continue Reading →

The last miracle before death

Friday was Good Friday. My husband and I watched Mel Gibson's 2004 movie, The Passion of the Christ. I wanted to pause to see a small reflection of what my Savior did to reconcile us back to relationship with God. The story of a love that cost Him everything, and yet was given so freely.... Continue Reading →

Lessons from Glass

I love that I get amazing spiritual lessons from the most unconventional methods. My husband and I went and watched the movie Glass (2019) recently. I have seen the other movies in the trilogy. I honestly didn't remember them, other than that Split was psychological in nature. Before the movie, I asked my husband if... Continue Reading →

Sin, I pick, My Strong

I always find it interesting what He speaks to me through.  I suppose He uses whatever we allow in front of us to try to get our attention.  Friday, I was watching a Canadian film the other night called ROOM.  I admit it was an odd movie, that I was not sure that I would... Continue Reading →

Lessons from Hacksaw Ridge

Last night I watched a surprisingly excellent movie.  I say surprisingly because I  am not a war/combat movie fan.  As a child, I was forced to watch way too many war movies and westerns, so generally they are not my idea of a something I want to watch.  I am grateful to the men and... Continue Reading →

Help and Shield

I was watching a television show the other night and there was a protest going on.  On one side people were yelling at the police for not doing enough.  The other group of people were yelling because the police were interfering. In the middle stood the police standing to protect those who are fighting against them and acting as a shield to... Continue Reading →

Expect {#Write31Days}

Matthew 24:44 (NKJV)  Therefore you also be ready, for the Son of Man is coming at an hour you do not expect. I recently went with a group of women from my church to see the new Left Behind movie.  I was excited to see Nicolas Cage in the role, and I expected that it would... Continue Reading →

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