“The great thing about getting older is that you don’t lose all the other ages you’ve been.”
– Madeleine L’Engle
- Bible Drive-Thru –
The devotions remain online as a blog but will not be recycled after the end of 2013.That was last year. This year I’ve given the blog a template facelift, revised each day’s focus verse to reflect the new translation of the NIV (BDT uses the NIV, and the original quoted the 1984 version), and re-scheduled it to post daily. Please use it and forward it to families and kids who might find it helpful.
- More Beautiful than Flowers (first published in On The Line)
- Unfinished Business (first published in On The Line)
- My Place (first published in Power Station)
- A Child’s Christmas in Saskatchewan (Click on link to download a pdf file)
- A Red River of Clean (first published in Partners)
- Sorry But You’re Not Invited (first published in Primary Treasure)
Nampa, Idaho (June 2, 2003) – Primary Treasure and Our Little Friend editor Aileen Andres Sox, reports that two Primary Treasure authors were nominated for The Word Guild 2003 Canadian Writing Awards. Sox states, “Primary Treasure has two stories listed. Violet Nesdoly is nominated in the category for her story ‘Find These Bugs Almost Anywhere,’ about ants. Nesdoly has a winsome way of explaining nature and science to primary-aged children.
“Bamboo School and the Border Police” a three-part, as-told-to story was first published in Guide, November 2003. It won The 2004 Word Guild Award in the First Person Article Category. Here it is as posted on my blog promptings.