Do Not Lose Heart

Do Not Lose Heart 13.1 My Story My wife was excited when the eleven months of taking the prescription chemotherapy medications ended. I was expecting her to do a happy dance and to go celebrating her accomplishment. Instead of a time of rejoicing, it became a solemn watershed. She was tired of the handful of… Continue reading Do Not Lose Heart

How to Have Real Prosperity

How to Have Real Prosperity 12.1 My Story My wife and I saw the same dermatologist. She is the physician that initially diagnosed Miss Benita’s Melanoma cancer. Following my wife’s initial Melanoma cancer surgery, I scheduled an appointment to get myself checked. I needed to stay in good health. At the follow-up appointment, I shared… Continue reading How to Have Real Prosperity

How to Trust God

How to Trust God 11.1 My Story In August of 2016, my wife Benita and I took a lengthy “bucket list” trip. In our forty plus years of marriage, she had never been to the northeastern USA. She had heard stories from my early teens when I lived in New England as a military brat.… Continue reading How to Trust God

How to Have Real Direction For Your Life

How to Have Real Direction For Your Life 10.1 My Story I was always amazed at the child-like faith my wife showed in the Lord Jesus Christ. Her faith reminded me of a bumper sticker frequently seen in the late 1960s and early 1970s. It just stated, “God said it, I believe it, and that… Continue reading How to Have Real Direction For Your Life

The Source of Real Peace

The Source of Real Peace 9.1 My Story I thought I was Superman. I believed I could handle anything that would come my way in caring for my wife as she battled Melanoma cancer. I was wrong. Over Mother’s Day Weekend in May 2016, my wife started an eleven-month treatment with prescription chemotherapy medications. In… Continue reading The Source of Real Peace

The Therapeutic Value of Romantic Comedies

The Therapeutic Value of Romantic Comedies 7.1 My Story There is nothing funny about a spouse having a chronic or terminal illness. There indeed isn’t anything comical about caring for them and all the nuisances involved with the daily routine. Over the years, I had heard time and time again that opposites attract. My experience… Continue reading The Therapeutic Value of Romantic Comedies

How to Become a Christian

My Story Being a good person doesn’t get you to heaven. Being saved or born-again does. Here’s my story of how I accepted Jesus Christ and became a Christian. On July 11, 1977, my life changed. If you look up that date in history, you will find nothing historically significant happened on that Sunday. It… Continue reading How to Become a Christian

How to Become a Christian

How to Be Born Again Being a good person doesn’t get you to heaven. Being saved or born-again does. Here’s my story of how I accepted Jesus Christ and became a Christian. On July 11, 1977, my life changed. If you look up that date in history, you will find nothing historically significant happened on… Continue reading How to Become a Christian