Tag Archives: Faith

“Fall Protection”

My daughter took a safety class recently and one of her assignments was to create a PowerPoint presentation on Fall Protection.  She let me view it before she left for class, and as I was thinking about it a bit … Continue reading

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Pursue Peace!

Life has been pretty crazy lately, pretty full of “shoulda’ dones,” “shoulda’ knowns,” “shoulda’ been tolds” —so much going on! …aaaaaand my daughter and I have been involved in a Bible study on the armor of God. I don’t know … Continue reading

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I’m Not Like That!

Sometimes, it takes a couple of things coinciding to get my attention, to wake me up to sin in my thoughts or attitudes.  Some of the things I seem to write about a lot, like judging others, are so deeply … Continue reading

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“Just Trust Jesus!”

Sage advice, in any case… that is, to “just trust Jesus!”  I’ve given that advice many times, I am sure, and yet have felt a bit of hollowness after speaking it—I gave my daughter that advice with a slight variation … Continue reading

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Who God Says We Are!

My daughter and I experienced encounters with others recently that presented challenges to both our identity and joy.  Often, I unconsciously interpret the unkindness of others as a reflection of my worth, forgetting that my value as a human being … Continue reading

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Passion Week

I took my granddaughter to a park last week to play and enjoy the fresh, springtime air.  On our way there, I stopped at a small fruit and vegetable stand near where we live and I was able to purchase … Continue reading

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Looking for that City…

  We moved recently.  “PCS” or “Permanent Change of Station” is a way of life for military families, yet it is not very permanent. There is a “white-picket fence” part of me that longs for a home to settle in, … Continue reading

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