Disappointment

When I was a kid, Nannie gave us grandkids everything she could afford for Christmas. I remember going through the Sears and J.C. Penney catalogs when they arrived and circling everything I wanted. Yes, it looked like the catalog had been in an explosion at an ink factory, but if Nannie could afford what we […]

How Rude!

Today is part three of my personal story. The story isn’t always pretty, but I’m sharing to help others. I pray that through my blog, I can help many others who are suffering. I pray that you will seek the help you need. I pray that you will not be embarrassed. I pray that you […]

The Anger of a Fool

As I mentioned yesterday, this week I am telling my story. Yesterday, I talked about my struggle with incontinence, not something I really wish to discuss in detail, but I’m prayerful that a frank talk about some embarrassing issues will bless others. Today, I discuss mental illness, a subject that, to be perfectly honest, embarrasses […]

Don’t Go Chasing Waterfalls

Over the next week, I’m going to tell my story. Some things that I’ll share are extremely personal and private. You might rightly wonder why I’d share some of the most private medical information about myself. I will not lie — some of the things I’m going to share this week are some extremely embarrassing […]

Coping with Pain

Today is the fifth and final installment of a series on pain. Next week, I will share my story and how I got to the physical condition in which I now find myself. God bless! Every year at Polishing the Pulpit (PTP), I want to hear Tom Holland speak at every one of his sessions. […]