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Gonna be trouble with a capital T

In June my mom came to visit and we attended a Living Proof Live event with Beth Moore. During an intermission, Mom and I went to check out the bookstore and I found a book by Elisabeth Elliot, Suffering is … Continue reading

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My friend, Elisabeth

Years ago, I was supposed to get married to a young man who lived in Texas. I was living in Illinois at the time and as the time got closer to the wedding date I was given books about marriage, … Continue reading

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fragility

We live in a world that looks to the lions.  Those who are champions, running into the burning building to save those who have been in peril.  We celebrate them in the news, on our own news-feeds, in emails, on … Continue reading

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Heroes

This past weekend my family and I began preparing our new home, where we will move to in a few weeks.  My parents came out to visit and deliver some of our gardening tools and other things we might need. … Continue reading

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Walk Worthy

On this date, 57 years ago, Jim Elliot, Nate Saint, Pete Fleming, Roger Youderain, and Ed McCully went into the jungles of Ecuador to preach the Gospel to an unreached people group and were martyred for what they believe.  They … Continue reading

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