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Weather conditions

Living in the middle of the United States makes for interesting weather. Yesterday was in the mid-50s and today the temperature is 15 degrees (F). Last week we had a wind chill of -25 degrees. We’ve had ice, rain, snow, … 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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Life and death

We never know the kind of impact we have on other people.  We may draw people close to us or we may push them away.  It all depends on how we are wired, what may have crossed our wiring along … Continue reading

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Casting

After nearly thirty years of struggling with irrational fear, fighting to keep the faith and to keep going forward, I have finally named the culprit– it’s anxiety. Everyone feels anxious from time to time, worrying about a person, an event, … Continue reading

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