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The World of Knowledge Vs. Wisdom

In a World of Knowledge Versus Wisdom As I was watching a Matthew Kelly Lenten reflection this morning, he inspired me to ponder the beauty of wisdom and how it is becoming lost in our society. In today’s world… We … Continue reading

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A New Challenge

Our life has changed a little bit around our house.  Recently, Pete left his job of 20 years and jumped into unemployment.  His job had served our family well for 20 years and now it was time to move on: … 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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The Power of Affirmations

I have a hint for all parents out there.  You see this summer I heard a secret to success that I just cannot hold on to.  It needs to be shared.  Not just one teenager, but many (and I mean … Continue reading

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Goodbye Smart Phone

One of the many ways I am trying desperately to find myself in the desert with Christ this Lent is to give up my smart phone.  I know some of you are probably gasping!  This past weekend, I ventured to … Continue reading

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A Visit to the Sikh Temple

The peaceful atmosphere hit me like a wave as I entered the building.  We were greeted by such a nice woman who asked us to remove our shoes and cover our heads.  TJ’s school field trip to a local Sikh … Continue reading

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What is Happening Now Has Happened Before…

Everything seems so meaningless – like chasing the wind… Ecclesiastes 2:17 Ecclesiastes is rich with words of advice for us. Most likely written by Solomon, this book of the bible delves into his life and reveals to us just where … Continue reading

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Where Can I Find Some Wisdom?

I am NOT a big news watcher. Let’s face it, I am running around and chasing kids until late at night – watching the news just doesn’t appeal to me. I can vividly remember growing up and having 4 channels … Continue reading

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Empower Your People

Matthew 15:32-37 Jesus summoned his disciples and said, “My heart is moved with pity for the crowd, for they have been with me now for three days and have nothing to eat. I do not want to send them away … Continue reading

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Faithful Friends

It was a long journey here yesterday. After the flight to Utah, Megan and I could barely keep our eyes opened. I think our excitement gave us the adrenaline to travel in the car another hour and a half to … Continue reading

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