Welcome to Red Chair Moments
Welcome to Red Chair Moments!
My red chair is where I spend alone time with God. With liquid mercy in hand, (aka coffee) I seek His face in for strength and direction. From my red chair, I share of God’s unfailing faithfulness.
Hold out your mug for a refill of encouragement.
~April Dawn White
I dedicate this post to all my fellow bookworms who believe the book was better. What if you could only read your favorite genre for the rest of your life, what would it be? For my movie watching nonreaders, what would be your favorite movie genre? Recently this was a...read more
Real-life talk. Witt. Biblical truth Kristin Funston delivers refreshing grace for the daily grind of motherhood. Written in a conversational style, More for Mom Living Your Whole and Holy Life feels like a back porch conversation with a longtime friend. She shares a...read more
In today's post, Leah Lively shares tips on overcoming Bible study obstacles. Leah and I briefly met before her family moved to the Louisianan bayous. Years later, their family moved back to the east coast with her husband's career. Between surviving gulf coast...read more
Triumphant faith presses on. Mysterious medical marvels occurred during my fourth decade of life; a genetic illness, Hypokalemic Periodic Paralysis which had been dormant in my past triggered on. In addition, my estrogen levels and metabolism plummeted while hot...read more
Innumerable pulmonary embolisms (blood clots) in my lungs held my life at ransom. But grace, God’s grace paid the price. April 14, 2018, I left the Radiant Roanoke Women’s Conference early. My chest hurt and I found it difficult to breathe. Once home, I slept for...read more
“There are only two kinds of people in the world, the Irish and those who wish they were.” -Irish sayingMillions of people will celebrate all things green and Irish on March 17th. But how much do you really know about St. Patrick? Over the centuries, we have diluted...read more
As I mentioned last post, in 2012, I began choosing a word for each year. This decision has deepened my faith and strengthened my foundation. Three Ways to Choose a Word for the Year 1. Ask. There is no special formula for choosing a word for the year. But, if you’re...read more
Choose one word for the year. Years ago, a friend introduced the notion of focusing on one word for the year. Despite being several years younger, my friend possessed a mature faith that I wanted to emulate. She didn’t merely know about God, she understood God,...read more
Dwell Is My Word for 2019 Dwell is my word for 2019. I love to study words, understand their context and cultural and historical application. Each year I choose a word to dwell on (pun intended) for an entire year. This is my seventh year of intentionally...read more
What do you get when you combine brick building imaginative play plus thirty-five most beloved Bible stories? Answer: the Brick Builders Illustrated Bible. This exciting Bible combines the 3D animation by illustrator Antony Evans with the writing skills of Emily...read more
I'm learning to avoid the comparison trap. I am still adjusting to this stay-at-home-mom gig. This wasn’t part of my plan. Nor was the unexpected illness that put me here. It’s been thirty-four months and eleven days since I was medically forced to walk away...read more
This year, I told my kids if they missed the bus they would walk to school. Situated on the outskirts of our neighborhood the middle and high school buildings are a twenty-minute walk from our home. Today, Rachel missed the bus. Because it is picture day, I offered to...read more