Try as we might, there is no sundial, dipstick, Geiger counter, thermometer, yardstick, stethoscope, blood pressure cuff, or seismograph that we can use to measure God’s love. It just can’t be done. (Eph. 3:19) – Patsy Clairmont
Take heart if you are a kindred weathered-faced friend, because wrinkles turn to crinkles when you’re joyful. And who doesn’t love a well-patterned smile? – Patsy Clairmont
You’re invited to be in the studio audience for the appearance of Sheila Walsh on the LIFE Today show with James Robison, Tuesday, September 14 at 7 p.m.
Gaggle. Isn’t that a great word? It sounds like a cross between giggle and gag, which is what I do when I think of my age. – Patsy Clairmont
Imagine heads to the great Northwest: we’re going to Portland next month! We’ll be at the Rose Garden Arena on October 8-9 with music from Natalie Grant and Mary Mary, drama from Nicole Johnson, and inspiration from Luci Swindoll, Sheila Walsh, Lisa Harper, Karen James, Michelle Aguilar, and Marcus Buckingham.
Grace refuses to be measured, calculated, portioned, or controlled. The moment we try to put unmerited favor into those kinds of terms or measurements, we are in anger of missing it altogether. And who would want to miss the favor and blessing of God? – Nicole Johnson
Grace is a one-of-a-kind experience. It’s not one-size-fits-all. -Nicole Johnson
God formed humanity out of his divine imagination and holy intentions that we might be companions to each other and be in relationship with him. -Patsy Clairmont
It’s just south of Lake Ontario in beautiful upstate New York—and on October 8-9 Rochester, NY is going Over the Top at the Blue Cross Arena.