Corinne Kelli

Who Orders Your Steps?

Who Orders Your Steps?

Who orders your steps? This holiday season, I am trying to live in the present, taking each day as it comes and trusting God to order my steps. Though I make a regular habit of asking God to guide my steps, I have been more purposeful about it lately. Where usually...

The Rest of the Christmas Story

The Rest of the Christmas Story

Just a baby in a manger Holy, precious heavenly child Born in humble, poor surroundings. First born Son so meek and mild. Nearby shepherds hear the story Told by angels, joyous news. Born to you this day a Savior, Resting now with cows and ewes. Swaddling clothes, a...

The Colors of Christmas

The Colors of Christmas

Into a dark and sin-filled world A blessed babe was born. To rescue men with blackened hearts He came that Christmas morn. A promised King, at last arrived, His parents tired and worn. No one to welcome their new Son, With Kingly robes adorn. How could all men with...

The Case For Books

The Case For Books

Over the last few years, there has been a jingle that parents have been using as a guide to buying Christmas gifts for their children. It’s a four-line rhyme that offers some wise buying advice:  Something they want, something they need, something to wear, something...

300 Minutes

300 Minutes

October has been a busy and exhausting month. I was out of town for five days at a conference. The drive to Nashville was pleasant, but we had car issues on the way home, turning a 9-hour drive into a 16-hour drive. Two days later, I spent a 15-hour day at the...

Choosing Health

Choosing Health

Back in 2014, I had no idea what awaited me.  I was leaving teaching after 30 years and was looking forward to sleeping past 4:30 a.m., relaxing, traveling, enjoying grandchildren, and writing.  I had actually already written a book that needed some further...