When I was a youngster, school officials dismissed classes early on Good Friday—the Friday before Easter Sunday—so families could attend church services commemorating the crucifixion of Christ. Easter vacation usually came the following week. Today that vacation time is called spring break and we never hear the
God still takes my breath away. “Let the morning bring me word of Your unfailing love, For I have put my trust in you.” –Psalm 143:8
The graceful lines of a beautiful pitcher draw me like a thirsty soul to a bubbling spring. Several styles in various colors top my kitchen cabinetry. Hand-thrown pottery is my favorite, and rare mugs sometimes squeeze into the line-up with their hearty handles and heavy weight. But
Ever feel like you need a hug from God? I do. Sometimes I just want to crawl up on His lap, lay my head on His chest and listen to the beat of His heart. I believe we can do that. “But that’s not productive,” you say.
POV—point of view—is critical to a writer. As he creates his story, he must decide from whose point of view a scene will be described. Whose head will the reader be in during a chase, an argument, a conversation, or a tender moment? It’s all about perspective.