Tag Archives: humble

Ode to the Traveling Mom

My life is a constant, on-the-go car ride.  I am in my car more than most taxi drivers.  I am going and coming and taking and dropping off everyday.  It begins to weigh on me and my faith.  So, what … Continue reading

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When Mistakes Get to You

I cringed as I read through my manuscript.  My published book had so many mistakes in it.  To think that I actually allowed this book to be published with all those errors.  I hope my readers don’t cringe at the … Continue reading

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Dare to Be an Andrew

I dare you to be an Andrew. The first disciple of Christ.  The first to really understand who Jesus was: the Messiah.  A top notch evangelizer (He brought along his brother, Peter). Andrew paved the way for all of us.  … Continue reading

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What a Mess

It is so hard to trust.  It is so hard to just let things go. Recently, I have been challenged by God to let Him take the lead.  It has been so hard.  It involves waiting, listening and holding my … Continue reading

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