Dear Readers:  Few of us have reached adulthood without hearing the age-old adage of how quickly life can change—how we must never take anyone or anything for granted. It was

Shalom Dear Friends, Welcome to a New Year, the 4th in the history of KALEIDOSCOPE, our online newsletter. This edition of KALEIDOSCOPE is packed with potential! And potential is exactly

Dear Readers: Recently, I had the opportunity to participate with several members of our Nathaniel Fellowship in an evening worship service at a homeless shelter in the DFW metroplex. After

Relationships in Covenant

Dear Readers: Not long ago, my husband and I had the opportunity to connect with five of our six adult children, their spouses, our daughter-in-law and 18 of our 20


Dear Readers: Sacrifice. A word rife with meaning and colored by perspective. A sacrifice is a loss or something you give up, usually for the sake of a better cause. Parents sacrifice time,

The Meaning of Baptism

The photo that graces the “cover” of the May/June issue of KALEIDOSCOPE (our online newsletter) is the Jordan River. Isn’t it beautiful? Many people don’t picture this river flowing through

Going To and Fro

Dear Readers: In January, we celebrated Tu B’Shvat, the “New Year of the Trees” which began at sundown on Tuesday, January 30 and ushered in what is known as “The

January/February Focus from the Founder

Dear Readers: It’s hard to believe that this issue of KALEIDOSCOPE marks the beginning of our second year of publication. This bi-monthly email newsletter holds a special place in our

Feast of Lights

The signs of fall are all around us as we put the finishing touches on this November/December issue of Kaleidoscope. Brilliant shades of red, orange, amber, and gold compete for

Yom Teruah

It’s hard to believe the fall season is upon us. It seems to be coming much faster these days, don’t you agree? As our team was discussing the upcoming plans