storms


high water
I know we’re not alone in feeling like it has rained enough this spring. Iowa, which has only a handful of decent recreational lakes, currently appears to rival Minnesota’s 10,000 lakes–only most are flooded cornfields, wet lawns, and water-filled ditches, everywhere we look. Meanwhile, in other places around the country […]

Water, water everywhere? Flood or drought?


Double rainbow
Who doesn’t love to see a rainbow in the sky? Rainbows are caused, according to Wikipedia, ” by reflection, refraction and dispersion of light in water droplets resulting in a spectrum of light appearing in the sky. It takes the form of a multicoloured circular arc. Rainbows caused by sunlight always appear in the section of sky directly […]

What Makes a Rainbow?



"Even winds and water...obey Him.
I spent an hour last week in the one room in our mobile home with no window (the bathroom) while winds raged and buckets of water poured down. Tornadoes in Florida in January. December floods in Missouri. Record cold temperatures. An unusually warm fall. Devastating drought in parts of Africa. We begin […]

Storms and Droughts