February and Valentine’s Day are a time to celebrate love. For centuries we have celebrated romantic love and those who seem to have found it. Many “great” loves have been recorded through time – Romeo and Juliet, Napoleon and Josephine, Cleopatra and Mark Antony. However, these loves were limited by the frailty of human emotion […]
Christmas. Not many words can evoke such a broad range of emotions! Excitement, joy, trepidation, anxiety…the anticipation of Christmas can make us all a little crazy. And because Christians are, first and foremost human, we are not immune! We are subject to the same human frailties as everyone else. So how can we set ourselves […]
When you own and operate a jewelry store, you do business with people from all walks of life, and you learn that their reasons for buying, owning, and wearing jewelry are as numerous as the stars in the sky. Nowhere is this more apparent than for those individuals who choose to wear Christian jewelry. For […]
A friend visited our showroom after a recent vacation, but she wasn’t the happy, relaxed traveler I expected to see. She was frustrated and stressed. Before she arrived at her destination, her jewelry had been stolen from her luggage. Years of memories and irreplaceable keepsakes were gone – including her Great One Divine™ pendant. I […]
After seeing Kyle’s sketch of the Great One Divine™ symbol, I spent many sleepless nights planning how to make a pendant worthy of the design. As I was envisioning a three dimensional cut-out symbol, part of the design query was what size to make the first Great One Divine™ pendant. One night while we were […]
The King James Bible mentions gold an amazing 419 times. Gold was used to adorn queens, cover the Ark of the Covenant and pave the streets of heaven. Gold was a gift for kings, notably presented to the King of Kings as a gift from the three Magi to Baby Jesus. It was the most […]
Any golfer will tell you, a good golf partner is worth their weight in gold. For me and my husband, Jim, his golf buddy, Kyle Niemeier, turned out to be exactly that.