Posts Tagged ‘Fellowship’

grace and peace

September 28th, 2015 | Posted by Cathe Laurie
Is there anyone who doesn't love the children's story Charlotte's Web and the adorable little pig named Wilbur? My granddaughter Lucy loves Charlotte's Web so much she burst into tears the other night because Papa destroyed a spider web spreading from an olive tree to our garage. Bad Papa. read more...

virtue: the new pretty

June 18th, 2015 | Posted by Cathe Laurie
The other day I heard someone say, "Strong is the new pretty." I'd like to change it up and say, "Virtue is the new pretty." Girls are so blasted with different definitions of what pretty looks like. How would you define "pretty"? read more...

snippy, snappy, and definitely not happy

May 20th, 2015 | Posted by Mary Powell
What does a typical morning in your house, in your life, in your day, look like? Does it consist of the smell of Starbucks wafting through the house and sunlight glittering through the windows . . . read more...

a matter of conscience

April 22nd, 2015 | Posted by Cathe Laurie
I don't think we need a theological, psychological, or philosophical degree to tell us why it is important to have a good conscience. We all know that small voice. In the Disney children's movie about Pinocchio, it was embodied in a small nagging insect named "Jiminy Cricket." It's that inward judge that monitors and that lives inside each of us. When we have done wrong it accuses us; when we have done well it approves of us. read more...

a daughter’s memory

December 22nd, 2014 | Posted by Gina Flores-Elder
A few months back, Cathe Laurie asked me to jot down some memories I had of my mother. This came about because we were talking about our moms and how precious our time with them is, and how the upcoming holidays were going to be really tough for me because I lost my mother on February 2, 2014 read more...