"Look carefully, then, how you walk! Live purposefully, worthily, and accurately, not as the unwise and witless, but as wise, sensible, and intelligent people." (Ephesians 5:15) The stories in this book illustrate the relationship between attitudes and actions. Each character is tagged with a description of his basic life attitude. The story then tells how this works out in life. The characters are Gullible Eve, Foolish Lot, Greedy Achan, Rebellious Samson, and Conceited Nebuchadnezzar. During their lifetimes, each had the opportunity to ask for God's help. Only one allowed God to change his attitude and thereby discovered the narrow path that leads to life. Two discovered that same path but not in time to change their earthly course. Two persisted in the way they were, with no change. These choices are also open to all of us. The book is appropriate for families and individuals age 12 and older.
I like to write, read, teach, sing, play the piano, swim, cook, play in the yard, and walk by the ocean. I prefer coloring books to plain paper, summer to winter, daytime to nightime, and morning to afternoon. I like large families, but I prefer to visit with one friend at a time. I love to study the Bible and discuss what God is doing in the world today, but I can't handle really scary adventure novels. I am more interested in people and animals than in rocks and plants.
I tutor reading and writing and prefer second graders. I live with my husband Bill and cat Sasha in the center of California.read more