Category accepting life

What is Freedom?

FREEDOM! Inspired by We Make the Road by Walking by Brian D. McLarenChapter Nine Scripture references – Exodus 1:1-14; 3: 1-15, John 8: 1-11, Galatians 5:1, 13-15 “If you’re looking for a thirty-minute story with a happy ending every time, it’s hard to find in the Bible-just as it is in real life.” As the […]

The Drama of Desire

Since the beginning, since Adam and Eve, we have desired to be the god of things. We choose to wrong tree. “Instead of imitating and reflecting God as good image bearers should do, we start competing with God, edginess God out, playing god ourselves.” We blame each other. We become religious rivals. We judge one another.

Caricature of Gail as tough old bird

How Optimism Improves Your Health

I got to be a Tough Old Bird with a Soft Spot for Single Moms and Women Having Tough Times by living through years of tough times myself. Living for a lot of years has taught me that people who are optimistic about the future lead happier and healthier lives.

Life Coaching Prep

I read and study to be a better Life Coach for women. Richard Rohr’s books have helped me in so many ways to be a better coach.

Get (Back) on Track

It is bound to happen. We find ourself off the track. We’ve lost our bearings and are unsure which way is up.

Gratitude as Your Attitude

Editorial as it appeared in the Beaumont Enterprise, February 2, 2020 ABC’s of  Wisdom – G – Gratitude “Gratitude turns what we have into enough.” – Aesop Gratitude is almost a buzzword these days. In case you don’t know a buzzword is a word or phrase that is overused and loses its original power like […]

Gratitude is a Good Thing

This quote was on the cover of our church program yesterday.
“Gratitude unlocks the fullness of life. It turns what we have into enough and more. It turns denial into acceptance, chaos to order, confusion to clarity. It can turn a meal into a feast, a house into a home, a stranger into a friend.”
– Melody Beattie

Gail recording at radio station

A Quick Spot-Don’t Blame God

It’s a cop-out to blame God. Consider your choices. Look at your part in the circumstances of your life. Of course, you can’t control everything. You can, however, control your attitude and you make decisions that you must live with.

Gail recording at radio station

Spiritual Growth-a Quick Spot

A brief radio spot-spiritual growth

Be Teachable-Quick Spot

A Radio Spot