Tag Archives: Forgiveness

A Place for Us

Christians in the military face a dilemma most people don’t have to address, either at all, or as frequently as those serving their country.  Many Christians face opposition or antagonism in their workplace when they acknowledge their faith and take … Continue reading

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Fractured Relationships

No doubt about it, I love the holidays! …the music, the movies, the food, the festive atmosphere—all of it!  But mostly I love being with family and friends.  Of course, some of the demands and schedules get a little harrowing, … Continue reading

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Just Regular Folk

One thing I enjoy about Bible narratives, other than just loving to read stories, is recognizing the humanity that characterized ancient civilizations and individuals continue to exemplify who we are/I am many, many centuries later.  We can see (if we … Continue reading

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Torn

I posted a picture of my birth mother on a social media site for Mother’s Day—I was four years old when she died, a loss which had a well so deep that it was impossible to hear a pebble drop … Continue reading

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Blameless!

Lately I’ve been struggling with my schedule, how I’ve been using my time, and having a lot of difficulty sitting down to write this blog.  I’ve been wrestling with my own imperfections (besides being confronted about them) and struggling with … Continue reading

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What is a Christian to Do?

I started writing this a couple of weeks ago after the Paris attacks but then I got sick and my energy and motivation in writing took a serious hit.  Feeling better now, and stunned by the news of more terrorist … Continue reading

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A Repentant Heart

            Recently, an acquaintance expressed some rather disparaging opinions about relationships on a social media site and it drew my thoughts back to the Garden of Eden.  I admit that I am divorced and have … Continue reading

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