Category Archives: music
Happy 2016! We rang in the New Year, little-kid-style—and it was a very stressful New Year’s. Mommy and Daddy were irritable and the little guys were hyper. Don’t let these pictures deceive you—we were moody Moodys, and it was all we … Continue reading
After all the busyness of Christmas preparation, we celebrated a relaxing and quiet Christmas Eve with David and Tammy visiting from Colorado. They flew in late on the night before Christmas Eve—while Mom and Dad Moody were still in town—and Brynn … Continue reading
The other morning Silas wanted to sing me a song while “playing” the piano. Here is his rendition of Jesus Loves Me. Cooper joined in with the obligato on the chorus.
Marriage is not what I expected. It’s better, richer, deeper, fuller. Marriage is common grace. Grace given to believers and unbelievers alike. Grace that allows each marriage—each union of man and wife—to portray Christ’s relationship to His Church. What wonder! … Continue reading
And today is his birthday! This song is for you, Babe, because we belong together. Because I love you.
The other night we went on a little McDonald’s Date. She ordered a mocha, and He ordered a McFlurry. We snagged a corner booth and pulled out the laptop to crank out some goals for the New Year. We haven’t … Continue reading
Stephen and I love spending time with family, exchanging presents, singing Christmas carols, drinking holiday coffee, seeing the snow fall (which we are missing here in Phoenix!) and decorating with red and green. But that’s not really why we celebrate … Continue reading
Our church’s Christmas cantata this morning was entitled “Hark! The Herald Angels Sing.” Stephen had the privilege of writing the narration, which was read by a couple in our church. The narration went line by line through the familiar carol … Continue reading
The Wall is many granite sections, solid, cool, and black, A visitor may pause to touch a name. It just seems that in the dark reflections hands are reaching back, As if to greet and touch and hold the hands … Continue reading