Monthly Archives: March 2016

with my own eyes

  The book of Job is one of my husband’s favorite books in the Bible. I always thought that was a weird book to pick as a favorite. Just bring up the book of Job with someone and most of … Continue reading

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the feast of crumbs

She climbed into the truck and saw a plastic bag on the floor with a half-eaten roll in it. She reached for it, thinking, “I could eat these left-overs. There are still edible, still in the wrapper.” Her husband told her … Continue reading

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Just amazing

Saturday night my son picked the movie to watch. He surprised me by picking AMAZING GRACE.   The power of this story rumbles through my soul and heart every time I see it. William Wilberforce’s tenacious work to end the … Continue reading

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out of darkness

Today is the day. Today is the day that means more than December 25th, December 31st, or any other day on the calendar.  Today is Good Friday.  A day that marks when all that Hell and Death had stacked against … Continue reading

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desperation

That moment when your mind starts racing, trying to find solutions that don’t exist, the feeling that if you don’t figure out how to fix what is wrong and stop the wrong that is occurring, you will be held fully … Continue reading

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You say you want a revolution

At the beginning of Passover week, many of the Jewish people anticipated Jesus’ entrance into Jerusalem would usher in a free state and the breaking of Roman power and influence over them. Many looked to Jesus to bring release and … Continue reading

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breathless

Acts chapter 5:12-42 describes the incredible power and authority Christ has poured out on those who are fully devoted to Him.   The Holy Spirit was moving and the disciples were teaching with boldness in the temple courts, but the Sanhedrin … Continue reading

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building blocks

Building blocks were in constant use in our home when our boys were little. We had all the name brand company blocks, but we also had homemade wooden blocks from my parents that were use to make towns, obstacle courses, … Continue reading

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Do tell

This past week we went to visit my family in my home state. It has been over eighteen months since we left in a whirlwind of hurt and confusion to settle in a new place and start over.  While we … Continue reading

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Reaping the whirlwind

James was the half brother of Jesus and a pillar of the first-century church.  As our country seems to be imploding with self-proclaimed leaders, pride-induced tantrums, and just plain foolishness, the book of James speaks incredible truths that sound so … Continue reading

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