Monthly Archives: November 2016

alabaster boxes

As I drive into work each morning I listen to a radio program taught by pastor, J. Vernon McGee (1904-1988). Through the Bible is a bit like listening to my grandma’s radio station, yet the teaching is sound and often makes … Continue reading

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Sacred moments

In these last days of parenting my children, I am reminding myself to see each moment as something stolen from the Time Thief. Each conversation, each laugh-filled moment, each silent time is something that will never come again. Each young … Continue reading

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brave

The media would have us believe people are brave because they did something that looks more like a gimmick to attract attention than to take a stand for something or someone. Bravery, by definition, is courageous behavior or valor. To … Continue reading

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