Tag Archives: choices

Digging Through the Pity to Find Love

This morning Pete and I were conversing in the kitchen about our summer plans. One option we have been tossing around is a summer camp for families. Our friends just rave about this camp out in the middle of nowhere … Continue reading

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The Ugly Skill of Rationalizing

“Rationalizing has nothing to do with God.”  I uttered those words to my small bible study group the other day.  Yes, that group of girls that are all Freshman this year, just looked at me.  We had been discussing what … Continue reading

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The Consequence of Choices

How in the world can we teach our kids that their choices don’t just affect them, but others as well? This week I took Megan and TJ to the dentist. Megan finished up quite quickly, yet TJ seemed to be … Continue reading

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Lenten Reflection Day 9

Today is about choices. Yesterday I blogged about free will. We are all given free will by God. The choices that we make with that free will sometimes can be a little frightening. Yesterday, I really tried to realize how … Continue reading

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Be Choosy With Your Words

As I heard Kate coughing yesterday morning, I asked her, “Are you okay?” She snapped back at me (with a tone I really didn’t care for), “Mom, I’m fine!” While her reply was true, it came with an irritated tone … Continue reading

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