In her poem, “Happy Birthday, Christ Jesus,” Linda Troxell sends a birthday wish to our Lord and Savior. Continue reading Happy Birthday, Christ Jesus 🎄
In her devotional, “Would We Recognize the Lord?” Linda Troxell explores how we would respond to Jesus if he came into the present for the first time. Continue reading Would We Recognize the Lord?
In her essay, “The Christmas I Prayed for,” Linda Troxell brings us along on her journey to a special Christmas and an answered prayer. Continue reading The Christmas I Prayed For 🎄
In her poem, “To Darrien on the Occasion of His Baptism,” Linda Troxell expresses her joy for her grandson’s baptism as the answer to her prayer for his redemption. Continue reading To Darrien on the Occasion of His Baptism
In her poem, “Protect my Child with Your Love,” Linda Troxell prays for the redemption of her grandson, who has wandered from God. Continue reading Protect my Child with Your Love
In her essay, “With God in Eternity”, Linda Troxell discusses the freedom that comes with being saved and how we will use that freedom. Continue reading With God in Eternity
In her poem, “Point you Toward Home,” Linda Troxell reflects on the effort of sharing our faith with someone we care about, but who doesn’t necessarily want to listen. Continue reading Point You Toward Home
In her poem, “You’re Forgiven,” Linda Troxell reflects on God’s faithfulness. Continue reading You’re Forgiven
In her essay, “To Forgive is not a Choice, it’s a Mandate,” Linda Troxell discusses the significance of forgiveness in the Christian faith. She looks at what forgiving is, what it isn’t, and why it’s such a difficult thing to do. Continue reading To Forgive is not a Choice, it’s a Mandate
In her poem, “Let Me Tell You About Jesus,” Linda Troxell endeavors to explain Jesus and how He changed her life to those who have not yet encountered His life-changing love. Continue reading Let Me Tell You About Jesus
In her poem, “Not Entirely Free,” Linda Troxell reflects on God’s role in our lives as a kind and loving Father who extends His grace to forgive our sins. Continue reading Not Entirely Free
In her poem, “How Do I Praise You?” Linda Troxell considers everything the Lord has done in her life, and reflects on her inability to give Him the praise He deserves. Continue reading How Do I Praise You?