Did you know that Taffy has her own blog? It’s called Kisses From The Father. Here is a reposting of an old article of hers. You can see ore of her works at her blog. Continue reading “You Smell Like….”
If you are a regular visitor, then you’ll notice a certain trend. For the past couple of weeks, I have posted articles from the bulletin for my church, Shore Vineyard. Because of space limitation, the article has to be short. As Taffy is a capable writer, I am not surprised by the number of articles that’s written by her.
Here is a new article written by Taffy. Enjoy! Continue reading “He Chose Me!”
Today, I would like to introduce you to a new writer. Her name is Natalie Timmerman and I know her through my church, Shore Vineyard. I hope you will enjoy her article. In the comments below, please let Natalie or me know what you think?
It is her first time writing; so let’s encourage her. Enjoy!
Continue reading “Living A Life of Overcoming”
Have you heard of something called Operation Christmas Child? It’s a wonderful program sponsored by Samaritan Purse. It’s an opportunity to send a shoebox full of gifts to a child living in poverty.
The other day, I noticed an article in my church’s bulletin. I thought it worth posting to Inspiration Point. I will let Taffy do the talking in the actual article.
As for me, I would love to encourage you to get involved in programs like these. In my local area, there is something called “Kevin’s Kids” and it does a similar thing; except no shoeboxes are involved. You can visit the site and find out more.
How does Shore Vineyard fit in? I trust the following article will illustrate what one church can do. Perhaps, you will choose to get involved in Operation Shoebox at our church or one that is in your area. Continue reading “Operation Shoebox”
Has this situation ever happened to you? Have people ever avoided talking with you, when they should? What am I talking about? If you have an obvious disability, then you can probably guess it.
I am talking about the tendency of some people, to avoid an uncomfortable situation or make an assumption based on appearance. In some ways, I can sympathize with the two groups; as I’ve had my own encounters in these areas.
My goal is not to point fingers and humiliate people in a public arena. Such tactics may garner high site traffics; however, they do not yield any lasting fruits worth mentioning. My goal is to offer some helpful solutions for dealing with such situation.
This article should be of value to people, who are disabled and people, who do not have a disability. I will encourage you to take the time and read it. Shall we start with an illustration?
Continue reading “Dealing With The Pain of Being Ignored”