Come and read reflections of love and hope as I open to you the treasures of my heart.
I'd like to introduce my blog guest, a woman engraved on the heart of God. She's an Arkansas girl and a brilliant light to those of us who know her. She's my friend. And, I say this with the utmost gratitude. Tara came into my life about five years ago when I joined...read more
When much younger and expecting a little daughter with blind eyes to fly into my arms from the Philippines, God gave me a song. Part of it goes like this: Blind eyes can see the Father, Know the touch of His grace. Blind eyes must learn to trust Him; They can...read more
We needed a transformation of circumstances dispatched from heaven. Our small living room filled as one by one believing friends came in and embraced us. No refreshments—a total of maybe five or six—we clutched hands, formed a circle, and began to pray. A song built...read more
A six-inch gaping wound revealed itself in the bathroom mirror. Where were the seamless stitches the doctor had meticulously sewn the day before? Gone. My knees wobbled, and the room blurred. My husband’s strong presence of mind took charge. He came from behind me and with one hand applied direct pressure to the surgery site; with the other hand, he whisked me toward the front door.read more
Is it possible for a Dad in heaven to make a prayer request of God for a child still living on earth? For the record, I believe with God all things are possible. Consider time traveling back with me to 1985. Randy walked through the front door as I passed him on my...read more
Ann McCauley married her sweetheart, Randy, forty-one years ago. The McCauleys have seven children (one in heaven), four internationally adopted from South Korea, the Philippines, and Siberia. Ann’s first stories were published by Baker/ Revell in the book, Loved by Choice—True Stories That Celebrate Adoption. The addition of each child to the McCauley home gave Ann the greatest personal satisfaction. She was born to be a mother. She’s learned so much about human nature, the crippling of insecurity, the power of love, the gentle greatness of the Heavenly Father, and her experiences add richness to every book project and speaking opportunity.