Author: Guest Writer

Christmas is Coming

By Katie Heid It’s impossible to go into a store in the month of December and not have my kids beg for a toy or video game. As Christmas Day gets closer, the requests become more forceful.  Rather than argue…

The Christmas Story

By Sandy Mayle I have a little book on my shelves, cardboard-bound and covered front and back with fabric.  Its content is typed; the art is hand-drawn; the author and illustrator is my son, Greg.  The occasion was a grade-school…

Cornucopias

By Sandy Mayle My cornucopia is full and running over. I suppose you are thinking of that horn-shaped wicker basket overflowing with Indian corn, squash, gourds and fruits, and garnished with nuts and cranberries ~ a truly picturesque centerpiece for…

Five Loves and Two fish

By Sami Rigelsky There are times when you feel crippled by the weight of brokenness in this world.  For our family and staff here in Haiti, feeling crippled is a smidge of what we are dealing with emotionally, mentally, spiritually,…