Monthly Archives: August 2019

Wrappings and bows

The month of August usually sets my mind toward marriage as my anniversary gets closer. Each year I am amazed with the ways that God has moved and continues to move within my husband and me. The places we’ve grown, … Continue reading

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Lightbulbs

My husband likes to turn on the lights in a room, even if it’s daylight. It bugs me. I used to tell the boys, “God made the sun for a reason. Use it.” I can’t stand “fake” light during the … Continue reading

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Dear One

Dear Weary Warrior, My concern is that you have felt that you have to “do it all” that you have to continue to fight the battle, that it is all up to you to win this fight. It isn’t. It … Continue reading

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Whispering secrets

In the past months of constant change, I have forgotten one of my favorite parts of being a believer. I have acknowledged that it is missing, but I haven’t acted on finding it again. This morning I was watching a … Continue reading

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