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 adore birthdays and celebrating, yet this year dread threatened to detach my joy. I am naturally an optimistic person. Birthdays are reasons to refill one’s glass and toast to life, love, and God’s amazing grace. So why was I feeling glum about this birthday? I...read more
I was recently the victim of identify theft. No, not through an online transaction or a lost checkbook. The unlikely location for identity theft was the high school guidance counselor’s office. My son, a rising tenth grader, and I visited the high school guidance...read more
In her newest book, Courageous Women of the Bible: Leaving Behind Fear & Insecurity for a Life of Confidence and Freedom, author LaTan Roland Murphy unfolds a fresh insight of courage. I met LaTan Roland Murphy at the Asheville Christian Writers Conference in...read more
The campfire curled and crackled sending dancing warm gusts around the teens and leaders encircled around the fire. This was the final Wednesday night youth gathering before everyone separated for the summer. A buzz of excitement and anticipation rippled through the...read more
Earlier this month, I posted my review of Lies Moms Believe and How the Gospel Refutes Them by Rebekah Hargraves. When I posted the article, I offered a free giveaway to anyone who subscribed and/or shared. The winner of a free copy of Lies Moms Believe is Amy A....read more
I am excited I get to give away one free copy of the book and study guide Lies Moms Believe and How the Gospel Refutes Them by Rebekah Hargraves. (Read to the end for detailed instructions.) Lies Moms Believe is the inaugural book by Rebekah Hargraves, birthed from...read more
Welcome to Part II of the story “God Works on Both Sides of the Equation.” (Click here, if you missed Part I.) When my pastor pronounced, “God works on both sides of the equation,” images of algebraic equations filled my mind. Normally, I enjoy the delicate balancing...read more
God Works on Both Sides of the Equation: Part I From the pulpit, our pastor pronounced, “God works on both sides of the equation.” I scribbled down the phrase in my journal, pondering the significance. This eight-word statement befuddled and encouraged me....read more
“How can we sing the songs of the Lord while in a foreign land?” Psalm 137:4 You expect me to sing Hallelujah even here? The writer of Psalm 137:4 was an Israelite held captive by a Babylonian enemy. How could the enemy holding the Israelites captive in a foreign,...read more
Dear Friends, I am collaborating with friend and fellow writer Marilyn Nutter, on a project. Would you be willing to lend your thoughts to some research? This will only take two minute’s of your time and your feedback is completely anonymous. Please follow this link:...read more