In the year since writing today’s devotional, I have had an occasional opportunity to watch with Jesus. My watch may have been simply a smile or a kind word to a stranger, a phone call to someone God placed on my mind, an encouraging card to a friend or ...read more
As a person of faith with a mental illness, I realize that I see the world differently. Increased perseveration means my brain gets stuck on a thought and won’t let go. So I turn it over to God, with prayers like ‘”What’s with You and food, Lord? Fruit, manna, ...read more
How do you write a blog? It's all new to me. Anyway, I'm reliably informed that a blog is usually personal and informal. In other words, it's about me! My meditation urges us to "Be bold! Be strong!" But I confess that 'timid' and 'weak' would be nearer the ...read more
Since I composed my very first email, I have come to really enjoy writing. What began as writing my thoughts about my daily devotional time and sharing those thoughts with a few friends has grown tremendously. I have self-published four 90-day daily devotional books. I have found great joy ...read more
On October 1, 2006, my husband and I found our 36 year old son, Steve, dead in his apartment. I cannot tell you how I felt, but I wrote a book from my time of grieving which I ...
(A current Photo of Nancy with her mother)
After a long and boring sermon, I didn’t think I could sit a moment longer on the hard, wooden church pew. As a three-year-old, my attention span had exceeded ...