Church is Hard

Recently a few of my friends shared this poem with me. It rang so true. I remember when I first came to church, it was so hard. And then going…

10 Quotes on Living in an Empty Nest

Our family has had 3 graduation this year – two from High School and one from College. Yes, we are blessed and so proud of all of our 6 kids.…

Bring Peace to the Storm

“Peace. Be still.” That all He said. The wind stopped, the waves quoted, and the boat stopped rocking. What if we did that? What if we brought peace to the…

The Joy of Family

The Joy of Family -Copyright 2016 Diana Rasmussen- We all want family  A place to belong And be loved  Where we are accepted  Despite our flaws And covered with grace …

He is A Father to the Fatherless

After working at the local High School this past year I was amazed at the number of fatherless children. Kids who didn’t ask to be left – it was thrust…

House of Their Dreams by Casting Crowns

HOUSE OF THEIR DREAMS by Casting Crowns A corner office was his dream More like a prison now it seems Somewhere on the corporate climb He left his warrior behind…

The Pickle Jar Lesson

I received this email from a beautiful woman in Christ the other day. Thank you Sister Jeanne! “The Pickle Jar” The pickle jar as far back as I can remember…

The Gift of His Presence

The Gift of His Presence Copyright 2013 Diana Rasmussen My prayer for you this Christmas Is to receive what Christ has done A baby born in a manger Has come…

Remember

REMEMBER This song REMEMBER  made it in the TOP 10 at Broadjam, Inc. today for Modern – Jazz.  I remember I wrote it for my brother, John Roelle, for his…

What About The Children?

Daily Prompt: Blogger With a Cause If your day to day responsibilities were taken care of and you could throw yourself completely behind a cause, what would it be? Photographers, artists,…

Daily Prompt: Ripped from the Headlines!

DAILY PROMPT: Head to your favorite online news source. Pick an article with a headline that grabs you. Now, write a short story based on the article. Truthfully I don’t…