By Del Duduit Everyone has questioned God at one time or another. Many of my family did when my sister-in-law passed away three years ago from cancer. They believed Dee Dee would get up from her hospital bed and go home. That never happened. Why? I questioned the Lord myself a few months later when… Continue reading Ever wonder why?
By Del Duduit Have you ever wondered if you make a difference? Are there times when you feel useless? Times when you think you just take up space? These feelings, though real, are always an attack from the enemy. "Do you matter?" Have you ever heard that one whispered in your ear? I have heard… Continue reading Do You Matter?
By Del Duduit Some people have asked me the status of the manuscript which originally brought me into the world of Christian writing. I researched, interviewed and wrote a book about faith. In this, I used examples of three people who demonstrated magnificent trust under fire. One of those featured is my sister-in-law, Dee Dee,… Continue reading Faith is
By Del Duduit To say I didn’t expect this to happen so fast is an understatement. For years, I wanted to be used by God for great things. And for a long time, I struggled with why I could not find my niche. I sat back on the sidelines and festered with resentment why certain… Continue reading Five Lessons I Have Learned
By Del Duduit (This is a repost from last year with a few changes.) There is nothing more fulfilling than taking time on a cold winter’s night to sing Christmas carols to the elderly and shut-in. Our church at Rubyville Community goes caroling every year at this time, and it brings such joy to… Continue reading The Christmas Carol
By Del Duduit What makes a Christmas tradition? There might be a few nuggets that come to mind. Some are serious while others can be fun. For instance, my sister-in-law Cindy always buys chocolate-covered cherries for her dad, and my father-in-law, Howard. No one else dares to get them for him. That’s her job! Tradition.… Continue reading A Christmas Tradition
By Del Duduit For me, there is nothing more relaxing than a good cup of coffee. Many of my writer friends share my taste of the perfect blend. For several of us, it's an acquired love and essential passion. To sit on my back patio on a fall morning and partake in a soothing cup… Continue reading Prayer and a Cup of Coffee
By Del Duduit I was reminded of the old saying this past week that a dog is man’s best friend. A pooch has always been in my life. Ever since I can remember, I’ve had a canine to come home to every day. There is nothing quite like a dog’s unconditional love and companionship. No… Continue reading A Good Dog Named Oscar
By Del Duduit We were there. We saw it happen. We even helped a little. The Parsons Family sang at Rubyville Community Church on July 30, 2017. The Southern Gospel family stays on the road about 320 days a year and ministers through music. The ministry is their life and means of survival. The family… Continue reading When God Shows Up, Great Things Happen