It is official: I am a professor again! I will start on January 5, 2020 teaching once again. I had some reservations about returning to teaching, mostly because it's been two years since I last was in front of a classroom of students. Do I still have the passion to teach? Will the students think... Continue Reading →
I am returning to teaching! I interviewed yesterday with the community college in my new town, and I was accepted as a part-time professor, starting in the Spring. I am beyond happy! I am ecstatic! I have so missed interacting with students and inspiring, encouraging, and motivating them to do their best. I have wanted... Continue Reading →
According to the words in the Bible, The womb is where our life callings originate, Before we were formed in our mother’s wombs, God had set us apart and determined our fate. The passion for teaching consumed me early, As young as age eleven or, maybe, I was twelve. I would gather my cousins on... Continue Reading →
Children ask questions About "different" people. Your answers matter. Written for RonovanWrites Weekly Haiku Poetry Prompt Challenge #237: Answer and Question.
While looking up the definition of assumption, I decided to look up assume in the Bible. To understand the results, we need to look at the Chain. First we look at the various meanings of the English, assume. Then we need to look at the Greek words. Finally, we will be ready to tackle... Continue Reading →
As a professor, it was my job to incubate a love of learning and to encourage students that they could achieve and be all that God created them to be. As an incubator, I nurtured young minds to see the world as a place in which they were expected to make a difference, rather than... Continue Reading →
If we were having coffee this morning, I would tell you how much I worry that many of my grandchildren do not attend church or seem to have faith in God or even know Him. When I asked my daughter and one of my sons why they did not take their children to church as... Continue Reading →
Tomorrow is my last day as a professor! I resigned last December, but, against what I felt God was speaking into my spirit, I went back in August because I got tired and frustrated waiting for God to show me what was next in my life. I felt for sure that God was calling me... Continue Reading →