Monthly Archives: March 2015

celebrate!

You know that feeling when you see the first flowers blooming in the spring?  Or the feeling when you see someone about to overcome an obstacle and it’s all you can do to keep from screaming and cheering? God makes … Continue reading

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sight

Every day I put in my contacts, blink, and see far distances, crisp lines, and clear colors.  I admit I take it for granted most days.  Being able to see what is in front of me, coming toward me, the … Continue reading

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‘M’ere

As a young boy, our neighbor’s son used to say “‘M’ere” to someone when he wanted their attention.  It was toddler code for “Come here, I want your full attention.” Lately, I have noticed that God is doing the same … Continue reading

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Here He comes

This weekend marks Palm Sunday, the beginning of Holy Week.  Easter will be here in a week and I am trying to figure out how to better engage my heart into the best weekend in all of history. I am … Continue reading

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secret codes

A team from our out-of-town office came to check out a new system we use on our computers.  While sitting next to me to listen in on calls I would take, one of the team members noticed my wristband, Psalm 139:14 … Continue reading

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Paul, Barney, and Tim

Once again, it is the season to stand on the sidelines and cheer for my runners.  Reminding my son to keep his pace, keep his stride, and push hard at the end– leaving it all on the track.  It is … Continue reading

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fresh

Each day I wake up and listen to what my day will become.  I listen to the birds singing in the ornamental cherry tree outside our apartment or the wind blowing by my window.  I listen to the song my … Continue reading

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miracles

Spring does funny things to me.  It’s a season of change– it shakes off the slumber of winter, the cold, dormant, dead-look of plants and trees seem to erupt overnight with riotous colors, vibrant greens.  Ducklings, calves, piglets, kids, and … Continue reading

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perspective

Many mornings I wake up before my alarm, not ready to get out of bed, not ready to wake up fully.  My mind recycles through past struggles, trying still to find a solution to something that cannot be solved. In … Continue reading

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Scraps

I woke up this morning humming David Crowder.  With all of the posts I have seen lately on sadness, teen depression, anxiety, and fear I think my heart was reminding me of the promise God offers us. We don’t have … Continue reading

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