“Finally, brothers and sisters, whatever is true, whatever is noble, whatever is right, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is admirable—if anything is excellent or praiseworthy—think about such things.” Philippians 4:8 It was the day before Valentine’s Day and I was standing in front of the Valentine’s cards at my local grocery store.... Continue Reading →
One of the passages of scripture that always frustrated me was Luke 10:38-42. Jesus is visiting the home of his dear friends Mary, Martha and Lazarus. Martha had the gift of hospitality and welcomed Jesus into her home. She did like most women do and started serving. I could just see her hurrying to pick... Continue Reading →
I Love This!! We have shirts that say Team Morrow and Stronger than Cancer. This is why we are stronger than cancer!!!!
On Mother's Day of last year, I was asked to speak at my mom's church in Cape Girardeau, MO. The pastor of the church told me to "take my liberty" and speak whatever I thought I should speak and not let the fact that it was Mother's Day sway my message. I prayed and studied... Continue Reading →
(As read by Heather at David’s Celebration of Life Service) May of 2016 began the toughest journey that our family has ever been on. When David was diagnosed with cancer, it seemed a bit surreal and although the gravity of the diagnosis was great, we always seemed to think that we would beat it. Our... Continue Reading →
It’s Christmas Eve morning and I must run those last-minute errands to get ready for the festivities planned the next two days. But, it’s not as it seems. There is not a lot of joy in what is usually something I look forward to every year. . .. Last night, my daughter Megan came over... Continue Reading →
There is just something about waking up and smelling the rich aroma of a steaming cup of coffee. It’s what I think about when my alarm goes off and before my feet even hit the floor. It’s my motivation to stop hitting the snooze button and commit to hitting the off button. And while I... Continue Reading →