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Give It Up

  Genesis 3:19 “By the sweat of your face you will eat bread, till you return to the ground, because from it you were taken; for you are dust, and to dust you shall return.” Humbling statement.  God’s staunch reminder … Continue reading

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In Between

I am in feeling in between today. After Good Friday, remembering the death of my Lord and Savior, I am just feeling sad, yet hopeful. I am just sitting around and waiting. I don’t even know what I am waiting … Continue reading

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Baby Steps

The following reflection comes from the book of Daniel. King Nebuchadnezzar took over Jerusalem and took with him all the beautiful women and wise men. He was known for allowing the poor to stay behind and take over whatever was … Continue reading

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Sam I Am Says What?

I have to admit it – the article disturbed me. You see, I was reading through a local newspaper and came across an article (actually commentary) on one mom’s explanation of why she doesn’t go to church. Her son had … Continue reading

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The Big Picture

The 15 hour drive was so worth it. My feet were sinking into the warm sand on that hot, sunny day. It felt wonderful after the harsh winter we had endured. My body soaked in the warmth of the sun. … Continue reading

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Winter of Misery

The Midwest has endured a very cold, snowy winter this year. There were days that were so cold, you wouldn’t even have tried to venture outside. Just the thought of the cold wind beating against my body kept me inside. … Continue reading

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Opening Your Heart

As my daughter, Megan, began her 10 mile run this morning her asthma kicked in. She has been battling her asthma since we arrived in Florida a few days ago. I chose to ride my bike behind her on this … Continue reading

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Is God on Your Vacation Checklist?

With all the spring break vacations just beginning or ending, it gives me time to reflect on the gift of vacation. Vacation is a time away from the everyday life. I love going to a beach and just relaxing everyday … Continue reading

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Tolerating the Difficult

Some personalities can clash. It just happens. I truly believe that God places people in our life to teach us lessons. Some of my very best friends were placed into my life by God. When I met each of them, … Continue reading

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