Wayward Souls

Teresa Poucher We all know a wayward soul, maybe a child, husband, or siblings. It is heartbreaking as well as discouraging.       Years ago, God spoke to my heart, “I’m going to give you a Lazarus miracle.”  The following week my pastor preached on the miracle of Lazarus.  I felt the confirmation and was super excited.       Well, it’s been years andContinue reading “Wayward Souls”

Things That are Lost

Teresa Poucher   I lost a set of keys once; it was a cool spring evening.  I found them the following fall in a coat pocket.  We don’t get lost or lose things on purpose; it happens when we are careless.     In Luke chapter 15, we read of the lost sheep, a lost coin, and a young man we know as “the prodigal son.”     Sheep are very vulnerable,Continue reading “Things That are Lost”

It’s Time to Make an Omelet

Teresa Poucher My goodness, who doesn’t like omelets?  Someone allergic to eggs.  They are one of the healthiest breakfast foods we can enjoy, especially if loaded with vegetables. With a couple of hundred recipes to choose from, let’s break the yoke.     Sometimes we have a different type of yoke.  Webster’s dictionary defines a yoke as a mark ofContinue reading “It’s Time to Make an Omelet”


Teresa Poucher Did you get sung to sleep?  Chances are if you did, you also sang your little ones to sleep as well.  These songs evolved, depending on when and where you lived.  Parents have sung lullabies dating back 4000 years.  Many seemed to contain shaky undertones as well as hopes and dreams for better days.  It didn’t matter whether your voice was beautiful orContinue reading “Lullaby”

Have You Ever Prayed For Patience?

Teresa Poucher How did that work for you?  Did you catch every red light?  Did the shortest line at the grocery store end up in a glitch?  I don’t want to pray for patience; I will try to grow in it. Thank you!     Years ago, I overheard someone pray, “God, I want to trust you.”  Did they realizeContinue reading “Have You Ever Prayed For Patience?”