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He is Moved

He is Moved

The past few weeks my heart has been moved by prayer requests for really heavy situations….a single mother whose teenage son has been diagnosed as bipolar and exhibits self destructive tendencies, an acquaintance who hasn’t spoke to her twin sister in decades, a friend who is heartbroken […]

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If We Don’t Lead…

If We Don’t Lead…

I’ve never thought of myself as a leader. Even something as simple as heading a baby or bridal shower gives me stress. How about I make the spinach dip and someone else be in charge? Please!!! But every now and then, whether I like it or not, […]

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Know Your Enemy

Know Your Enemy

The Old Testament’s historical account of the Israelites, their time as slaves in Egypt under Pharaoh has been often metaphorically compared to a Christian’s life before accepting Christ. Reading through Exodus, the obvious enemies for the captive Israelites were Egypt and Pharaoh. Let’s first look at what […]

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Luggage Free

Luggage Free

My junior year of high school was focused on just one thing: the SATs. I prepared. I practiced. I prayed. But none of that seemed to matter. My stomach felt as if it was in a perpetual state of being in knots. Worry filled my mind constantly. […]

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Blessed

Blessed

My husband and I lived in an apartment for 7 years before we bought our first home.  There were several reasons for waiting, but the most important one was timing. At first, it was just the two of us, but when our first child was born, we […]

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My Ram

My Ram

I stood in my closet after getting ready for work. I looked up and had a conversation with the Lord. “God, I need you. I need you to provide. Without your provision, I honestly don’t know what I’m going to do.” Then the thought came to me […]

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The Good Fight

The Good Fight

“If you can see him, he’s not your enemy.” We know this is true but just because we know it, doesn’t make it easier, does it?  While the real enemy is at work in the situation, we also have to deal with the people we are seeing […]

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The Cross Has the Final Word

The Cross Has the Final Word

I don’t know where you find yourself today, but I want to encourage you to not listen to the lies of the enemy that brings condemnation, fear, shame, and doubt.  Jesus took the weight of all of that on the cross when he died.  God knows exactly […]

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November 1st

November 1st is a bittersweet day for my family.  6 years ago, on this day, my husband was laid off from his job.  He worked from home and was notified by his boss that he needed to go in for a “meeting”. On his way back home, […]

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Behind the Counter

Behind the Counter

It was another day in paradise…drugs all over my counter and lots of work still to be done. (Don’t be alarmed, nothing illegal is going on here…I’m a pharmacist) Between the front counter, drive thru window, flu shots and prescriptions.. The day was nonstop. I apologized to […]

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