On this Father’s Day, I’m thrilled to announce the pending release of my latest book. I invite you to visit http://www.isyourdadapirate.com for preordering. It’s my prayer the Lord will use this book to encourage children and families everywhere. Thank you, … Continue reading →
What a joy to spend time with Wade and Gwen Hall of WGGS-TV’s “Nite Line.” Here is the link to Friday’s show: https://youtu.be/mGi0rkyI-3I My interview begins around the :30 minute mark. Again, thanks for your prayers. To God be the glory!
My sister, Christa, and I threw an intimate dinner in Uptown Charlotte March 26 in honor of our parents’ fiftieth wedding anniversary. All in our immediate family were there except my nephew, John Thomas Redden McElveen, who is studying abroad. … Continue reading →
After Smith, Johnson is the most common surname in America. The name has been in the news these past few days since Micah Johnson decided skin color warranted death in Dallas. I wasn’t alive when another Johnson lived. In fact, … Continue reading →
Thankful for Shelley, the brilliant craft reporter at “100 Huntley Street,” sharing this link with her ideas inspired after reading The Pirate and the Firefly. The following aired May 28, 2015: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U28_dnrs8-A PS And thank you for your continued prayers for Point Me … Continue reading →
Summer. I get lots of uninterrupted time with our two teens and toddler and cherish every minute. I don’t make frequent visits to this site, but I’m grateful if you do and hope you’re encouraged. I would invite you to … Continue reading →
Thankful to the Lord for traveling mercies up and back in less than 24 hours to Toronto, Canada for today’s appearance on 100 Huntley Street. I’m grateful for Tanner Keith’s invitation and interview. She and Dr. John Hull do a … Continue reading →
I wish the picture featured on this post was a stock photograph. It’s not. Our dynamic duo was tossing a lacrosse ball outside of the designated boundaries in our front yard. A catch was missed, but a teachable moment was … Continue reading →