|Fire on the Altar | March 4, 2012
Fifty hours of non-stop worship and intercession. Thousands of participants. It is the reality that prevailed in Austin this weekend. And I was there, even if but for a few brief hours.
I entered a filled sanctuary and found a spot in … keep reading
In the summer of 2002, my husband and I moved from Austin, Texas to Fort Smith, Arkansas. It was a job transfer that brought us here, but it was the Lord who led us here.
One of the first things we did was to begin searching for a church home. … keep reading
Music from the Heart: Welcome To Our World by Michael W. Smith
It’s hard to believe it’s been nearly a month since I last posted. Needless to say the past several weeks have been crazy busy, which is why I have had little time so sit down long enough to … keep reading
I’ve stated in prior posts that I often wake up in the morning with a song in my spirit. This morning, it was the old hymn, “In The Garden.”
In April of 1912, hymn-writer C. Austin Miles was alone in the dark room where he kept his photographic equipment and … keep reading
Music from the Heart: Amazed by The Desperation Band
Lately I feel like my head is going in more directions than it was ever intended to. The challenge is to keep my heart from doing the same.
There is a ceasless flow of things, people and situations that compete for … keep reading
In the spirit of keeping things simple and getting back to basics, I am not writing a new post this morning. Rather, I am sharing with you something I wrote a couple of months ago. The following a is a brief article I wrote for our worship team’s newsletter over … keep reading