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choose whose

Each morning as the day awakens, I am up making sure the boys have eaten breakfast, all bags, sports uniforms, running shoes, and lunches/snacks are ready to go out the door.  I watch the boys leave every morning driving into … Continue reading

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doubly good

Living at our new home has filled me in places I didn’t know were empty.  Each morning I wake facing the east window in our room, opening my eyes just as God opens the day.  Each sunrise is different than … Continue reading

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hymns and truths

Tonight I listened to Rich Mullins’ version of All The Way My Savior Leads Me by Fanny Crosby.  I was moved once again to the simple faith of a woman blind since childhood.  Fanny Crosby is credited with over 8,000 … Continue reading

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Awesome

It has been seventeen years since a ragamuffin man went about the world in bare-feet and cutoff shorts sharing his vision of who God was and could be in our lives. Acts 17:28, “For in him we live and move … Continue reading

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Knowing

Lately I have been dreaming about being in unsafe situations. Nothing I can put my finger on, to explain why. I don’t watch scary movies, we live in a “safe” area of town. It’s just “there” — that feeling of … Continue reading

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Tattoos

Tattoos are pieces of art you wear on your body. It could be an image or a symbol of a loved one who has passed away, or a design that reminds you of a major event in your life. A … Continue reading

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