The Shield of Faith

Giving God the Glory

The Shield of Faith is something we must pick up daily in order to ward off the flaming arrows of the evil one. My life has been filled with bumps and bruises, grief and addiction but my passion now is pointing others to a Christ that loves and protects. My biggest wish is that you are inspired by my stories and know there is a God that cares!

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Island Hopping

God has a plan and sometimes the plan includes a storm. I have found myself saying, “It’s a small world”, a lot recently. We typically...

Hippos in the River

I was about 12 years old the summer we lived in a singlewide mobile home on the Umpqua River in Glide, Oregon. My stepfather was helping...

Rust, Ash and Thieves

Yesterday I wrote about the thunder and lightning we had last week. It started several dozen wildfires across our region and sent crews...

Fire on the Mountain

Last Wednesday we had incredible thunder and lightning storms roll through southern Oregon. It brought heavy rain at my place. It was one...

Be The Change

Today I am posting the link to an interview I did with Matt Sampson. Matt is the Executive Director for Sparrow Clubs USA in Medford. I...

Peace Shoes

Yesterday’s writing got me to thinking about shoes and boots and feet. I think most of us are familiar with “putting on the full armor of...

The Gift of Words

Good morning. It is Thursday, August 11, 2022. Jeanette Stark here. I learned a new word today. I’m old enough to remember The Reader’s...

Train Like a Pro

I spent the last 10 days on vacation with my sister Kari who is visiting from California. I drove to our mom’s place on Saturday, July 30...

A Change Is Comin'

My Facebook page reminded me not too long ago of the day I found the strangest insect outside and had no idea what it was. Perhaps you...