Can You Believe It?

Give them Belief. We went to our son’s house in Knoxville last week. God had told us the weekend before that we would be going up Saturday and Sunday to help take care of the grandkids and give Nathan and Ashley a night out. When we called them to see if that was okay, they … Continue reading Can You Believe It?

Game of Life

Give them freedom. The grandkids spent the night at our house again last weekend. I am constantly amazed at how much they teach me. After supper, they wanted to play the Game of Life - the 1960 board game. The manufacturer suggests the game is for ages 8 and up - our oldest grandchild is … Continue reading Game of Life

Worship at Mickey D’s

Give them worship. I don’t like to brag, but we went to McDonald’s for supper Sunday night. Carey and I watched the grandkids (now three, four, and five years old) and I was looking for one last fun thing before taking them back. I think I’ve only eaten at McDonald’s five or six times in … Continue reading Worship at Mickey D’s

When a Duet Doesn’t Do It

Give them a song. Carey plays piano, I sort of/kind of play guitar. But because I don’t sing well (see my columns from 12/9/2005 and 7/26/2003 at,) I don’t sing often. Our grandson Japeth has taken an interest in the piano and Carey taught him to play “Amazing Grace” amazingly well for a five-year-old. … Continue reading When a Duet Doesn’t Do It