Kimberley Payne @fitforfaith and Janis Cox @authorjaniscox are closing down Family and Faith Matter @famfaithmatters.
P.S. After we told our contributors that we are closing down Family & Faith Matters blog, Brenda Wood responded and blessed us with a poem.
What to Say? What to Say?
After all, don’t they know
That I sit here bemoaning
And missing it so?
The loss, not just writings
But close friendships true,
The contact of journeys
That takes paths askew?
But when God is leading
What are we to do?
But walk in obedience,
Both all and you two!
So off we all wander,
Our paths on their own,
But carrying the joy
That friendships have grown!
Brenda J Wood
After reading Brenda’s heartfelt words, Jan felt she needed to respond. The response flowed out in poetry.
We will not lose connection,
God will be true
To lead us together
With something else to do.
We will wait and watch
Knowing He cares
And be ready to move
As He shows He’s aware.
Merry Christmas to you,
And Kimberley too
Happy New Year to all
We’ll see this job through.
Man shopping song-I’m late, I’m late-for a very important date! No time to say Hello, hello! I’m late, I’m late! I am LATE
— Author of Cocoa with Jesus: My Story of Survival through Abuuse & Mental Illness – To be released in 2015
— Co-Author of Groove: Stories to Refresh How We Think and Feel about Our Mental Illnesses
with Daphne Tarango (& 8 other inspirational writers) – Now on Amazon in Paperback or in Kindle
or if you would like to purchase from me at a lower price ($12.00 CAD (GST Included)) and save the shipping fees, contact me and I will put your name on a waiting list for when I get a shipment of books.
Just so you know- Exodus, Gods and Kings is advertised (here anyway) at only 7 and 10 pm in 3-D
…HOWEVER if you phone in to find out times, only then are you told that it is also on everyday at 3:45 in regular vision.
Saw it yesterday. It will probably win an Oscar for cinematography. Biblically correct? Not exactly perfect. Still, worth seeing.
Gentle Humour with Jesus, 100 devotions for the happy heart.
Snowed in, and this message came on email. A snowflake is one of God’s most unique and fragile creations, but look what they can do when they stick together! ~Author Unknown~
I prayed for many things and was not heard. For even this occurs often to your advantage. Since [God] realizes that you lose heart and are indolent, and that when you attain what you need you depart and no longer pray. God protects you with the pretext of need so that you may concern yourself with him more closely and devote yourself to prayer.” John Chrysostom (c. 349 – 407)
Yes I Still Record on a VHS machine–doesn’t everyone?
Brenda J Wood