By affirming your spouse, you’re helping them become all they were created to be.

(Michael Wyatt)

A Good Leader

The best executive is the one who has sense enough to pick good people to do what he wants done, and self-restraint to keep from meddling with them while they do it.

(Theodore Roosevelt)

Love Is Like…

Love is like a fire–when it’s not fueled, it goes out!

(Word for You Today, June, July, August 2017, p. 45)


When you are through changing, you are through!



Endurance is not just the ability to bear a hard thing, but to turn it into glory.


A Saint

A saint is someone whose life makes it easier to believe in God.

(William Barclay, The Letters of James and Peter)

Kindness or Unkindness

More people have been brought into the church by the kindness of real Christian love than by all the theological arguments in the world, and more people have been driven from the church by the hardness and ugliness of so-called Christianity than by all the doubts in the world.

(William Barclay, New Testament Words)

Doing Nothing

A man may well be condemned, not for doing something, but for doing nothing.

(William Barclay, Ethics in a Permissive Society)

In Touch With Eternity

In the church we are more than in touch with the whole wide world; we are more than in touch with twenty centuries of history; we are in touch with eternity.

(William Barclay, In the Hands of God)

Seizing Grace

Those who know their unworthiness seize grace as a hungry man seizes bread, while the self-righteous resent grace.

(Randy Alcorn, Edge of Eternity)