An Easter Reminder

An Easter Reminder

There will be no blog because of Easter. However, I saw this and thought it was a good daily reminder of why Jesus died for us. If you or someone you know is in need of prayer this week, please leave a comment. We’d be more than happy to pray for you. And if this post moved you in some way, please feel free to share it. Sign up to receive my quarterly newsletter at …

Need to Move to Get

Need to Move to Get

Before we get to the blog, check out this book trailer my daughter did for my upcoming release, A Touch of Suspense.   Need to Move to Get Too often we feel unblessed in this world of wants and not-enoughs. We sometimes believe that as a Christian, we deserve to prosper. Instead, we see those who don’t deserve it, obtain their dreams in ways that are sinful. However, our riches are in Heaven. And the way …

Showing the Kindness of God

Showing the Kindness of God

3 KT Morgan Suspense Shorts consolidated into one – A Touch of Suspense. Available for preorder where e-books are sold, including Amazon at http://amzn.to/2kza7uR. Showing the Kindness of God How many of you have missed opportunities to pray with others? Maybe you’ve had a sick friend in the hospital and you were so focused on them, you didn’t pray with the other stranger sitting in the waiting room. That happened to me the other day. …

Hiding in Plain Sight

Hiding in Plain Sight

Have you ever dated someone who turned out to not be what you first thought? Maybe you didn’t realize he was abusive or an alcoholic. Or you might have joined a group only to discover it wasn’t at all what you expected. We seem to look at things in the light, only to discover they’re really shrouded in darkness. Examples of this are abusive men, cults, and certain beliefs expounded upon by charismatic non-believers. Evil …

The End and The Beginning

The End and The Beginning

Again this week, I plan to keep it short. In fact, I want you to participate in this blog. Does time fly? We are coming to the end of 2016 and the beginning 2017 already. As such, that means we all have goals we set. I thought it would be fun to see what some of your goals are. Now, I don’t want the normal – lose weight, get out of debt goals. I want …

The Story Behind the Song

The Story Behind the Song

I’m going to keep this short because I know we’re all busy this last week before Christmas. I thought I’d share the story behind one of my favorite Christmas songs, “Do You Hear What I Hear.” This song and music were written by Gloria Shayne and Noel Regney, the husband and wife team of such songs as “ Goodbye Cruel World,” sung by James Darren. Noel was a Frenchman forced to be a Nazi soldier …

From Eden to Jesus

From Eden to Jesus

A child is born in a manger. A humble beginning for our Savior. God came to Earth in the form of a child, to bring forgiveness to the world. Sin began when Adam and Eve listened to the serpent in Eden. People point their finger at Eve for getting her and Adam tossed out of Eden. They tend to forget God chose a woman as a vessel to bring His son into the world. We …

How Do You See Church?

How Do You See Church?

Forty percent of Christians claim to go to church each Sunday. But do they take their church attendance seriously? Hebrews 10:24-25 states, And let us consider how to stir up one another to love and good works, not neglecting to meet together, as is the habit of some, but encouraging one another, and all the more as you see the Day drawing near. So according to God’s word, meeting up is important for Christians. The …

Girls Follow Boys

Girls Follow Boys

I’m about to say something that will tick off most diehard feminists. If you want to grow your church, find a way to bring in men. Why? Because girls follow boys and women follow men. Our society tells girls that being popular and pretty are very important. And the reason for that is to get a boyfriend. What would Barbie be without Ken? Or Betty and Veronica without Archie? Women feel they need a man, …

Throwing Away Our Children

Throwing Away Our Children

I’m writing a non-fiction book that should be coming out in the next year or two. While doing research, I have found some interesting facts – according to a USNews.com article, middle-aged women have the highest suicide rate, and the percentage of teen girls who commit suicide is growing every year. A lot of the self-destructive behavior of these teens is blamed on the lack of fathers in the home. Fatherless girls are more prone …