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Love Is Not Irritable

Love Is Not Irritable

Last week, Binu wrote a great post about dealing with moody, angry and just plain foolish people.  It’s something we can all relate to. But what if the tables are turned?  What if we are THAT moody person? We may not have been thinking of ourselves as […]

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A Lesson from the Best

A Lesson from the Best

What an exciting Monday it has been for our family! Freshly sharpened pencils and crisp new notebooks were all laid out for our first day of school. No sooner did the books crack open and the assignments begin for Math and Latin, when we joined our friends […]

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Devotional: Come & See – Life Lessons From Women in the New Testament

Our 2nd devotional has been published on YouVersion! What can you learn from the lives of Mary, Ann, Herodias and others?  These women may have lived thousands of years ago but their stories still speak to us today. Check out the link below to learn more about […]

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Qualified

Qualified

  Have you felt inadequate or too afraid to speak up because you feel unqualified or even rejected? I’ve been there. I’ve felt ashamed to speak up because I felt like an outsider, like my opinion didn’t matter. Second Kings chapter 5 talks about a young Jewish […]

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When You Can’t Walk Away

How do you handle moody, angry or just plain foolish people? Anyone who knows me knows that I have no tolerance for nonsense. If I can, I walk away from those people…and I stay away. But what if we can’t walk away…what if it’s people we work […]

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Terrible or Terrific .. You Choose

Terrible or Terrific .. You Choose

Words are pretty powerful, aren’t they? When my oldest daughter was three years old, I was struggling with how to address her behavior. One could often hear me saying, “First, the terrible two’s. Now, the terror three’s. I don’t know what to do!!” I had heard about […]

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A Fire in my Bones

A Fire in my Bones

  At the start of summer, my thirteen year old, began to “play around” a little more on the piano. He would hear a song at church or on the radio, then come home and try to figure out the keys. The more he played, the better […]

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Treasure Hunt

Treasure Hunt

 Last week was our annual beach excursion.  I have said in prior posts how much I love the beach and the ocean- the sound of the waves does something to reset my soul.  It’s a peaceful respite from the normal grind. I love to collect shells from […]

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Divine Design

Divine Design

It’s been said that my sister and I look a lot alike.  Some people say we act alike too. As similar as we are, we also have our differences. There is a part of me that has always wanted to be like her.  Even when we were […]

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Hosea & Gomer

Hosea & Gomer

Earlier this year, if you had asked me which Bible character I related to the most, you probably would have heard… Martha, Priscilla or even Ruth. Great women, who sought after the true heart of God. But half way into our Bible reading plan, I have a […]

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