What a rich flow of spiritual education to be found via Dr Lance Wallnau’s homepages. Lance teaches on business and entrepreneur issues but just as much in how to increase in your calling whatever that might be. Lance is a Christian with Jewish background educated in theology and economy. He has many platforms. Periscope attached to Twitter is the social […]
You know how you can read a verse dozens of times… even hundreds, then one day you read it and suddenly it says something different to you? That happened to me yesterday. “…for God hath not given us the spirit of fear; but of power, and of love, and of a sound mind.” 2 Timothy 1.7 Dealing with Fear Most […]
It has often bothered me that Jesus was crucified on Good Friday and risen on Easter Sunday. It seemed too short a time as He Himself had said that His death and resurrection should be compared to Jonah’s time in the whale.
I connect the bird singing with happy moments in my childhood. Springtime and playing outside. (I have a post on this on my Danish blog, which can be Google translated.) In Denmark our spring comes slowly so that there is time to enjoy each kind of spring flower while the bird singing increase until about Midsummer where it sadly […]
Lawrence (1899) and John (1906) were born in Iowa and North Dakota, respectively by immigrants from Denmark. Their father and mother, two small sisters came to the States to seek new possibilities for a better life in 1893. This immigrant Peder Jorgensen who came to the States in 1893 is my husband’s great-grandfather’s brother. Henry, my husband and Leah are third cousins […]
Today I saw the first daffodil on my running trail. I know it is seen earlier in milder areas but I was touched when spotting it here in Denmark in my neighborhood today.
Inspired from a fellow blogger Jaye Marie who wrote the following on her post on Relationships : I have always been fascinated by relationships. Any kind of relationship really, for as I grew up, it seemed everyone had one except me. I spent most of my childhood in foster or children’s homes, where most of the other kids were just […]
Jacob Riis an immigrant from Denmark worked tireless to reform living conditions for poor immigrants in New York in the late 1900 century
There are a number of ways to see Paris… but today I want to take you, by foot, within arms’ reach of the Seine River, arguably the life-blood of France’s capital city.
This past Saturday I took part in a march for freedom in Copenhagen. It may sound strange. Denmark is a free country with freedom of speech and civil rights according to our constitution. Never the less nowadays the EU has more to say than our laws which means that we have lost influence over who is entering our borders […]