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hollow Saul

Easter candy is full of sweets and one of the favorite items is a chocolate bunny. Often this sweet confection is hollow, a bite into it gives the eater a sense of disappointment. While the chocolate may taste terrific, it … Continue reading

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be brave

One of my favorite movies is The Princess Bride.* From the love between Wesley and Buttercup to the friendship between Fezzick and Inigo, there is so much to treasure. One of the underlying themes in the movie is bravery, running like a … Continue reading

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distractions

During my devotion today, I read these words, You live in a world that has been rigged to distract you  (Jesus Calling by Sarah Young). Oh my. Oh my, yes.  We all know we need time with God, time spent in prayer … Continue reading

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Women!

In this time in history women are able to fill many roles, some that weren’t around when our grandmothers and great-grandmothers were alive. But there is one role we as women must embrace fully if we are ever going to … Continue reading

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