Jesus said, “Let the little children come to me, and do not hinder them, for the kingdom of heaven belongs to such as these.” Matthew 19:14. Heavenly Father, We come to you with heavy hearts on behalf of the people of Uvalde, Texas. We ask You, Father God, to comfort the families who lost a… Continue reading A Prayer for Texas
Today is a very special day for my beautiful puppy, as it is Shadow’s 8th birthday. I don’t know where the years have gone, but I know I couldn’t of gotten through them without her. There were major losses in my life, but thankfully Shadow was by my side the entire time. I wouldn’t change… Continue reading Happy Birthday Puppy!
This past week, I decided to have some fun with my classes, as I let Shadow my beloved German Shepherd girl pup greet my students on Zoom. I figured it be a great way to help them decompress before having to take midterms. Pup was well received by the students and was very good at… Continue reading The Teacher’s Pet
The news recently reported that there is a huge rise in the number of suicide, self harm, and missing students due to the pandemic. Issues students are faced with: feelings of anxiety from being isolated, having to go for frequent covid testing, struggling with learning remotely, or even grieving the loss of a loved one… Continue reading 3 Ways To Be A Better Professor
LinkedIn Poll - Please Vote! I am not surprised by the censorship by the big tech companies due to the violent riots at the capital last week. However, the act banding certain members infringes upon our 1st amendment freedom of speech. If big tech can do this to the President, then they can take away… Continue reading Censorship by Big Techs
Today, I was informed that Lexi, our beloved furever friend, crossed rainbow bridge yesterday. I am a bit beside myself, as Lexi was literally just visiting with us in NY from VA. She was a very smart and friendly pup. Lexi brought our family, so much joy during the most difficult times. It was if… Continue reading Furever Friends
A friend loveth at all times, and a brother is born for adversity - Proverbs 17:17. This week, I was reminded that brothers were made for adversity. My older brother had a terrible accident while riding his quad. He was coming up out of the woods and took a left turn on the path either… Continue reading Adversity
Today, we started studying the Book of Revelations in church. God gave us Jesus to be our eternal Savior. From Chapter 1 verse 8 stood out to me the most, which is where God states, “He is the Alpha and Omega, the beginning and the end.” Another verse that stands out is verse 3 that… Continue reading Revelation 1
The rejection of Christ existed years ago in the Book of Psalms, but it is still very prevalent today. How can we reach others for Christ, especially when people’s walls are up and their hearts are harden. The world tells us we need this or that, but in retrospect all we truly need is Jesus.… Continue reading Where is God?
My God, my rock, in whom I take refuge, my shield, and the horn of my salvation, my stronghold and my refuge, my savior; you save me from violence. I call upon the Lord, who is worthy to be praised, and I am saved from my enemies. 2 Samuel 22:3-4. One hot topic mentioned this… Continue reading Police in Schools