Weekly Blog

Mothering

I asked the Lord to guide me in a subject for this post, I personally had a few thoughts, but was unsure where to go. When I stopped thinking and prayed quietly for a moment, I was rather surprised when I heard this word in my head! I shouldn’t have … Continue reading

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Oh No, Not another one!

Another bombing, another mass shooting, another hurricane, another (you fill in the blank) _______.   We hear so much about these things almost every day now that many of us have had the thought of this title.  How often have we heard this saying and even more importantly thought this ourselves?  … Continue reading

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That Four Letter Word

To some THAT 4 LETTER WORD has been hurtful.  To some saying THAT 4 LETTER WORD has broken others down. To Some THAT 4 LETTER WORD can be…blinding. This word can help one gain insight and/or it can alter ones judgement.  Either way it is a driving factor in society … Continue reading

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Having a Relationship with God

At our church we have designated this whole month to learn more about prayer.  Learning how to pray, the do’s and don’ts of prayer, when to pray,  why we pray, our heart condition to pray, and the different types of prayer are some of the things we have learned. The … Continue reading

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Leaps of Faith

I have been challenged a number of times in my past to do things that were decidedly, leaps of faith. Whether feeling it just a crazy decision or a direction that I felt led to, or more importantly, things that I felt and believed were given to me by God. … Continue reading

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The Road Less Traveled

Most of us can remember a time (before GPS) when we were on an old narrow winding road and in a hurry and not sure you were going.  It was dark and raining and you were sure you would never get to you destination without going off the road.  We … Continue reading

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Read Between The Lines

And He said to them, “O foolish men and slow of heart to believe in all that the prophets have spoken! “Was it not necessary for the Christ to suffer these things and to enter into His glory?” (Luke 24:25-26) The unconditional gift of love that Jesus gave will be … Continue reading

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The Fragrance of His Knowledge

Have you ever heard of the saying, “something smells fishy?”  When you hear it you know it is not the smell of fish but that something is wrong or out of character. The word “smell” is really speaking of a “sense” of something else. This figurative way of speaking is … Continue reading

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Reflect The Light

Romans 2:5-16 In my last blog, we discussed how the Jews of Paul’s era sat in judgment over everyone else. They saw themselves as safe in their relationship with God, and that it was the Gentiles that had to worry about Hell, not them. The Jews saw that there were … Continue reading

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A Mother’s True Story, Opioid Addiction

This week we have a great guest post by Ginny Hoffman: There is a line from a Jars of Clay song that asks “Is there grace for a wayward heart?” With all the news about the opioid crisis, I was lead to add my story to the discussion. Mother’s Day … Continue reading

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