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I will admit that I used to be afraid of the dark. I wasn’t afraid in my room under the covers with the lights out but I was often spooked in a dark hall or walking home from a babysitting job late; it was really a combination of the eerie quiet, reading too many Nancy […]

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Ready or Not!

My dad has always been interested in prophecy and the study of last things, which means I grew up in a state of urgency. My dad is convinced that God is painting a picture through the heavens with a blood red moon over Jerusalem on July 27th, aka the 15th of Av, the day that […]

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Dig Deep

SO, I have this friend who forces me to dig deep.  I have not done that in awhile.  She is amazing and I am so blessed to spend Thursdays with her and I have come to cherish those times. So the question becomes how to duplicate or replicate this sweet event.  How do I use […]

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Girlfriend night.  Summer brought up a very interesting thing that God whispered to her and it got me thinking too.  (I love how that happens!) This is not a theological position; that would be worthy of at least one volume and years of study. I was thinking about this after meeting at Girlfriend Night and […]

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Last Sunday we had the privilege of celebrating the story of the 5 martyrs in Ecuador who opened the door for the Waorani people to find faith. One of the things that Jamie Saint shared really got me as I struggle with trying to edit God’s story. All of a sudden it became clear to me […]

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Today at the garden bingo luncheon at church we were talking about some of the strength finders and personality tests and what we each were….it is interesting and for the record: I am an INTJ on the Myers-Briggs I am a Beaver with otter as my secondary. I am Earth  with Water as a secondary […]

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While El Niño only occurs in the tropics, its impact is felt in many parts of the world. This happens because the location of the huge mass of warm water causes the location of the jet stream, or storm track, to shift. As a consequence some regions can become warmer or colder, or wetter or […]

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I grew up in a home of Christ Followers and went to church every Sunday.  We had family devotions at dinner and went to summer camp at Forest Home as a family.  My church family became a place of relatives, the blood ones all lived far away, full of “aunts, uncles, cousins, grandparents, etc”.  So when […]

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FAITHFUL

I was thinking this morning about God and his wild imagination.  I continue to be grateful for His great faithfulness and yet we live in a culture that does not notice or affirm  faithfulness; worse yet it bores us because it is the routine, the habitual and the evidence of things expected, therefore we take them […]

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Bad Habits never Die!

It is so weird to think that all the good habits take so long to acquire but then can be forgotten so quickly! I have often quoted the statistic that it takes 21 days to make a new habit and then 6 weeks to solidify that into routine.  And yet, if I miss one day […]

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