Category Archives: Testimony

More Poems from Danielle

The Race

By Danielle L. Pickle (February 10, 2010)

Quitter, loser, failure

Hate, hate, hate

Nothing left to give

Yet nothing left to lose

It’s all about me

No! It’s all about you

Broken and shattered

Ugly and beaten down

No glory, all shame

 No victory, no crown

Here I am Lord

Take it or leave it

I am weary and sad

Tired of being strong

Done with the fighting

Sick of being wrong

It’s all about you

Yes! It’s all about you

All glory to God

The victory is won

No more tears, no more shame

For Freedom it was done!

Whatever It Takes

By Danielle L. Pickle on April 11, 2010

They want me to change

They offer their help

I push them away

I will strive on my own

Nothing is going my way

I am lost and confused

Wandering aimlessly around

I am lost; can I be found?

I want to feel something

Hate, sorrow, pain

The lightening, the storm, the rain

When will I feel joy again?

Free of this drowning pit of sin

I want to be through

I want to be free

I am here at your cross Lord

Oh please rid me of me

O Lord, I am humbled and broken

Take me here, take me now

Nothing else matters

Please show me how

I offer my life, I offer my soul

I offer my body, I offer my whole

Whatever it takes to be set free

Whatever it takes, for you are the victory

What a Family Restoration Can Look Like–From a Friend Part 2

Pride goes before the fall First, we could not agree on how to establish the value of the property.  There was the county value, which my brother said was way too high.  So, we said let’s get the property appraised.   He was not in favor of getting it appraised but stalled again at determining a… Continue Reading

What a Family Restoration Can Look Like–From a Friend Part 1

Let all bitterness and wrath and anger and clamor and slander be put away from you, along with all malice. Be kind to one another, tenderhearted, forgiving one another, as God in Christ forgave you”. Paul’s words to the church…Ephesus 4:31-32 A Testimony of God’s Patience, Grace, and Mercy:  By Randy Sharp What comes to mind when… Continue Reading

Seven Benefits of a Smile: Ken Sande RW360

My daughter, Megan, was eighteen months old when she decided to test her smile on a Hell’s Angel. Just before a vacation in Jackson, Wyoming, she had learned what a fun response she could get from adults when she beamed a big smile and gave them an enthusiastic, “Hi!” Whether we were sitting in a… Read More