Author Archives: Cheryl Savageau
It’s February! Let the season of chocolates, roses and romance unfold! Are you ready for Valentine’s Day? I just returned from our neighborhood store (Dollar Tree) with a fist full of affordable cards to send to people I love. I’m … Continue reading
It’s my pleasure to know a special 90-year old man named Carl. We go to the same church and everyone I know who’s met him loves and admires Carl. He decided to follow Jesus as a very young man and … Continue reading
My cousin married a wonderful woman who serves others with boundless energy and thinks deeply at the same time. For years we’ve enjoyed searching conversations that challenge both of us to move beyond our comfort zones.
Do you make New Year’s resolutions? I like making them because I know the surest way to accomplish nothing is to aim for it. I’ve resolved to spend more time writing in 2018.
We can forgive without incurring cost. In fact, forgiving brings benefit. Continue reading
Americans love Christmas trees. We see them everywhere now that Thanksgiving is over – on cars, in homes, yards, stores, offices and lobbies. One enthusiast in Massachusetts got pulled over by state police for … Continue reading
Photo by Aaron Burden on Unsplash The holidays usher in a wonderful time of celebration and togetherness. They also bring extra work, worry and strong emotions. We need ways to stay focused on what’s right and keep inner peace. It … Continue reading
Photo by Laurence Cruz on Unsplash Holidays are joyful, right? Not always. We enjoy gathering, giving and celebrating but there’s another side to the story.
Do you enjoy your marriage? I hope so. I still remember hearing my friend’s grandmother say when I was young, “There’s nothing better than a good marriage and nothing worse than a bad one.” Kansas resident Lawrence Ripple apparently agreed. … Continue reading
Photo courtesy of Unsplash Life is hard and dangerous. Reports of devastating hurricanes and now mass murder break our hearts. Disasters dominate national news while private catastrophes unfold around us. A steady diet of bad news and trouble causes discouragement. … Continue reading