My Grandma

Yesterday, October 14th, 2017, would have been 95 years young. She was a remarkable woman. I miss her so much. So, today's post is a tribute to my grandma. This is her story. Muriel Janette (Larson) Hayes was born October 14th, 1922, in Hendrum, Minnesota. She was the third child of Lars and Cora (Herbranson) … Continue reading My Grandma


Full of the Word

This week has been an awesome time in the Lord. Sunday - Wednesday we had an evangelist  at church. I was only able to attend Sunday's services but he made a couple of statements that stuck with me. He talked about face-to-face conversations with God. I don't know of anyone who has had a burning … Continue reading Full of the Word

Betsy DeVos Secretary of Education nominee

I wanted to watch the entire three and a half hours of the Secretary of Education confirmation hearings, but time is quickly getting away from me. So, I will only comment on the portion I watched and not on the clips posted all over social media. Senator Alexander made opening statements about Betsy DeVos' commitment … Continue reading Betsy DeVos Secretary of Education nominee

It’s Not Just a Story, It’s Applicable Too

A few weeks ago I was reading the story of when Joseph interpreted Pharaoh's dream (Genesis 41). My thought was why do we not apply this story to our life. Joseph told Pharaoh that there would be seven years of plenty followed by seven years of drought. Growing up on a ranch I can identify … Continue reading It’s Not Just a Story, It’s Applicable Too