Letting Go of Christmas Expectations and the Stress

Merry Christmas to everyone, I hope you are having a wonderful holiday season. As you eat prime rib, turkey, and open gifts from your family and friends are you thinking this Christmas is not meeting expectations? Is it different, are Read More …

God’s Blessings and Easter Miracle Stories

Easter Miracle Stories Can Happen I believe in Gods’ blessings and the Easter miracle stories because I witnessed a personal Easter miracle. Many of you hear of Easter miracles stories and casually dismiss their validity. You may patiently listen, smile Read More …

Glory Laud and Honor, My Favorite Hymn for Palm Sunday

Sometimes I think I look forward to Palm Sunday more than Easter. It’s when I get to sing Glory Laud and Honor and memories of my Godmother and growing up in a small country church in Connecticut. The significance of Read More …

#10/52: My Favorite Season, My Favorite Piano, and my Favorite Hymns

Lent, my favorite piano and my church. Put them together and what do you get? Read More …

Day 277: Red Door, Nebraska City Church

Found another red door on a church in Nebraska, my first was in Connecticut Read More …

Day 139/365: Resurrection Plant, A Sunday School Lesson

A resurrection plant helps illustrate the meaning of the season of Easter and the resurrection of Jesus Christ. It is a wonderful lesson for young children during church, sunday school, or at home Read More …

Day 114/365: Making Piano Music

During Lent and Advent vespers on Wednesday night I am the piano accompanist during church. I love those nights, especially during Lent, sitting a few feet from Pastor, listening to the Passion expand each week until Easter. I try to Read More …

Significance of Red Doors in a Church

I didn’t know of the significance of red doors on churches  until I read, Finally A Red Door, on another  Project 365 blog.  Although this door is of a Catholic church in Connecticut the symbolism of a red door in Read More …