The Many Ways Sin is Like a Deadly Weed, Part Five

by Heather Bock You know all those weeds I've been writing about in my last four posts (if you don't know what I'm talking about, here are my last posts: part one, part two, part three, and part four, phew!)? A large portion of them are spring weeds, and Texas springs are extremely short. They dissolve into … Continue reading The Many Ways Sin is Like a Deadly Weed, Part Five


Beautiful Things

Daffodils have always been my favorite flower, even when I lived in a place that was fairly warm year round, but now I live in a place that can be pretty cold in the winter, causing almost everything to go dormant and leaving a dreary world around me.  The fact that the daffodil is so … Continue reading Beautiful Things


It's been a long winter, and even though Punxsutawney Phil predicted an early spring, it hasn't happened here!  One of the great things about winter, though, is the anticipation of new life breaking through after dormancy and seeming death.  It always makes me think about how God can take what seems dead and bring it … Continue reading Winter