This blog was created to act as a repository for my contributions to the More Than Bread devotional started many years ago by my sister Gina.  It has been on a two year plus hiatus as I have devoted time to other projects and writing, including finishing school.  After some prayer, I feel compelled to take up the laptop once again to write weekday devotionals for those who are interested or who are looking for a kick start place to start their own morning devotions or readings in God’s Word.  In the past, this daily devotional (More Than Bread) that was sent out by email to a small group of people.  If you wish to get them by email when they are published, you can sign up for an email subscription to this blog.  It is my prayer that God would be glorified through these meditations on His Word.

If you wish to read past devotionals, written by both me and my sister, please visit the More Than Bread Devotional Yahoo group that served as a clearing point for most of them for many years.

A word about comments. I am an oddball. I like and appreciate constructive criticism. I have asked for it in ministry for many years, but found that people are often wary to give it because most people don’t like or appreciate criticism. If you have thoughts or critiques of what is written here, please feel free to express them. I do ask for two things though. First, please no vulgar language. In my opinion, vulgar language is mostly the sign of a limited vocabulary or else a deliberate attempt to be shocking. If you have something to say, say it well. Secondly, if you have a criticism, please have a suggestion for improvement. Constructive criticism helps build up if done properly. If done otherwise, it is just mean and offensive. I am open to other viewpoints and thinking. I like to learn. I like to be challenged. I don’t like to just be insulted or demeaned for no reason. Thanks for stopping by this little corner of the WWW.



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