Three’s A Crowd

Flawed Families 101 Series

Abram’s bushy eyebrows climbed to the edge of his head covering. “You want me to do what?” His voice sounded harsh and incredulous to Sarai, usually accustomed to a gentle deference from her husband—the leader of God’s people.

“Sarai,” he said, lowering his voice and glancing outside. Throngs of his brethren …

Special Interview With the Elliott Family

A Master’s Inn Character Interview

Hello, everyone! Today, we’re speaking with the Elliott family, pictured above. There’s Stevie (isn’t he adorable?), Steve and Sally, and big sister Samantha–Sammie for short. Let’s see what they’re up to, shall we?

Me: Hi! Is this Samantha?

Stevie: No! I’m not a girl. Sammie’s my sister. Don’t I sound like a boy?

From Perfect to Broken

First in the Flawed Families 101 Series

Photo credit: Deb G. Gorman

Let me tell you a story.

It was a dark and stormy night…no, not really. It was a typical day in the neighborhood where Adam, Eve, Cain, and Abel lived after being thrust out of God’s Garden.

Birds sang in the trees. Eve washed clothes in the stream …

Character Interview With Bill Brown

A Master’s Inn Character Interview

Image by Free-Photos from Pixabay

Welcome, readers…hey, just give me a sec. Technical difficulties here…oh, wait… No, guess that didn’t work! Oh dear, I don’t know if this interview with Bill Brown is going to fly or not. You’d think a tech guy like him could make this work…oh, I hear something. Maybe it’s him……

Masks

(This is not a Covid post…!)

Image by Ryan McGuire from Pixabay

This is not another blog about Covid…shudder! I must make that clear at the outset, before you hit the delete key.

No, this is about a more subtle kind of mask, the kind that cannot be seen with the naked eye, but only with the eyes of the …

Character Interview with Susan Brown

A Master’s Inn Character Interview

Susan Brown

Hello, my lovely readers!

Today, I give you Susan Brown, wife of Bill, and patient mother of Joanie. I cornered Susan the other day and hit her up for an interview. The first date didn’t work because she was scheduled with a contractor doing a final walk-through of her newly remodeled kitchen.

The …

The Potter’s Shed

Image by Ana Krach from Pixabay

“Then I went down to the potter’s house, and there he was, making something at the wheel. And the vessel that he made of clay was marred in the hand of the potter; so he made it again into another vessel, as it seemed good to the potter to make.” Jeremiah 18:3-4 (NKJV)…

What’s In A Kiss?

Image by Stanislav Velek from Pixabay

What is a kiss?

According to Webster, it’s a physical expression of affection and loyalty. It can be platonic, as a kiss on the cheek or forehead; or romantic, the pressing of lips together. But I bet this is old news, isn’t it?

Kissing is as old as …

Special Interview With Barb Masters

A Master’s Inn Character Interview

Hello, my dear readers! Hope you all had a great holiday season. And if you’re like me, you didn’t shed a tear to see 2020 hit the trail.

Today, we have the great good fortune to corner Barb Masters for an interview. Just by way of review, Barb is married to Tom Masters and they …

That Day In Sewing Class

Image by Mystic Art Design from Pixabay

“Let your speech always be with grace…” (Colossians 4:6)

When I was in the eighth grade about a millennium ago, I took home economics. It wasn’t my choice. I’d rather have been in shop, but back in the ’60s, girls took home ec and boys took shop. I’d have done better …

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