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Reading for Spiritual Growth

I know it’s been a super long time since I’ve posted anything, but I’ve been busy pursuing my Master’s degree, preaching, and being a wife and mother to those I love. Being busy has put a dent in my personal reading, but even if my reading habits have changed in the past year, I have not […]

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When the People Come Knockin’

Today, a very nice Jehovah’s Witness woman came knocking at my door, seeking to share a good word with me. It’s been a long time since I’ve had a religious person approach my home this way. But not too long ago, a nice young lady from a different country came up the steps, rang the bell, and […]

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Water

“The generous soul will be made rich, And he who waters will also be watered himself.” ~ Proverbs 11:25 ~ Watering is time-consuming, and it can be expensive. It can seem like a waste, quite frankly. However, there’s something refreshing about the healthy green of a yard, feeling the soft grass under my feet instead […]

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On This Good Friday

As most of us Christians know and recognize, Good Friday is anything but a good day. Instead, the day we remember every Friday before Easter Sunday was a day of torture and death. It was a day filled with sorrow and despair, doubt and fear. It was a day when everything the followers of Christ […]

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Remembrance :: Lent 2015

Remember. This is the word that keeps coming to mind for me this season of Lent. As we are nearing the end of Lent, finding ourselves in the middle of Holy Week, I would like to share with you what I’ve come to find so powerful about remembrance and this command to remember in Scripture. […]

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Recent Documentaries

It’s been a long time since I’ve shared my documentary-viewing with you–not because I haven’t watched any documentaries lately, only that I haven’t recommended them. For those of you who don’t know, I love documentaries, but beyond that, there is a whole host of pointless entertainment out there that doesn’t contribute to the minds or […]

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Top 10 of 2014

Okay, I know, I know, I’m super late at getting out my list this time around.  Usually I try to get this out before Christmas in the event you may want to purchase any of my recommendations during your holiday shopping, but the holidays have come and gone, and, well, that’s just how things go. […]

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On the Proximity of Nature

I can say, quite certainly, that I love nature, but I don’t particularly love being out in it.  I love trees and sunsets and mountain ranges; verdant fields of green and banks of wildflowers; bees, birds, rabbits, and foxes; waterfalls, thunderstorms, and caves full of dark mysteries and ancient rock formations.  Nature is tremendously inspiring, […]

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A Different Kind of Bible Study Today

This morning, instead of the usual Bible Study at 9 am, we gathered together an hour later to attend the funeral of a lovely woman who joined us each week to study God’s Word and pray.  I didn’t know her well, but she was a kind, thoughtful, joy-filled woman I was happy to have known. […]

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Sleep

Blissful, comforting sleep you keep me from tragedy, yet you keep me from triumph. Awake, my soul, and Live! Uncover and discover your destiny.  

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