Our pastor is doing a series based on popular movies. A couple of weeks ago he shared how "Dunkirk" could reflect our faith journeys. There's a powerful line in the trailer: "Hope is a weapon." It got me to thinking about the power of hope.
Everyone I knew in high school thought Eddie was a great guy. He was an all-around athlete, including football quarterback. Sure, Eddie was in our advanced placement classes, too, but so what? It was a big class.
Mama didn't lie and she didn't mince words. It's not that she intended to upset people or hurt them, she just truly believed that "honesty is the best policy".
It was 1019 miles by car to Granddaddy's. Two really long days each way with few stretches of interstate highways, no air-conditioning, much less Sirius. Can we say "purgatory" for the three kids in the back seat?
Hi, my name is Alice. A Way with Words is about sharing faith,
fun, & encouragement. Thanks for stopping by! I hope you find a little something to take
Please consider helping
EVERY KID COUNT by supporting: