This is a poem about what death is to believers by a friend and mentor who has preceded me in glory. May God bless what she did with her life and what she leaves behind.
A poem titled "Remembrance" by my great grandmother Florette Kilgore Haguewood, a voice from the turn of the 19th and 20th centuries, a mysterious echo from the past of sadness and hope in the midst of sorrow.
This is a poem and a short biography of my great-great grandfather Joseph Addision Scarboro, American Baptist preacher and missionary during the second half of the 19th century and first half of the 20th century.
As you enjoy your Memorial Day, take some time to honor the fallen soldiers who sacrificed their lives for the freedoms we enjoy. This is my poem, "Memorial," in memory of one such soldier.
The world says to follow your heart, but what does the Bible say? In my poem "Following Your Heart," I explore what the Bible says about desire and following your inner voice.
What is holiness? It sounds so cold and distant to our modern lives. In this post, I explore what biblical holiness really is, and you might be surprised to find the answer.
Happy Mother's Day! Here is a poem from my own heart as a brand new mother.
The Day of the Lord is a day of clouds and darkness, earthquakes and rumblings, a blood moon and falling stars, fire and flashes of light, drought and curses, judgment and salvation. In this post, I explain not only the Day of the Lord coming, but the ones that have already happened too.
Three thousand five hundred years ago, Moses asked God to show him His glory. God answered, “you cannot see my face, for man shall not see me and live.” In my poem and post "How Can Man See God and Live," I explain how people already have seen God, and how we get to see His glory.
You may remember from Sunday school the story of Jacob's ladder. That's an Old Testament story that I never really considered that important. In "The Ladder to Heaven," I show you a deeper significance to this story and how it is actually completed in the New Testament.