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One Year Later

One Year Later

Last night, I watched my husband and his father scroll through pictures from the past year. Pictures of a totaled car, pictures of dad and mom surrounded by tubes, connected to a ventilator, and then there was this picture. A picture of us praying. It was the […]

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Jesus Loves Me This I Know

Jesus Loves Me This I Know

“Jesus loves me this I know, for the Bible tells me so…”   This is not just a cute Sunday school song.  In fact, I’ll probably never listen to that song again without understanding the impact of what it really means. You see, for the first time […]

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Lean On Me

Lean On Me

Earlier this week, my mom needed a medical procedure performed at a facility, but the water levels were rising in Houston. Hurricane Harvey was leaving devastation in its path.  Although her home was dry, the streets were flooded to a point that made travel dangerous.  She had no […]

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Thank God for Sunshine

Thank God for Sunshine

My friend from Houston texted me today. “The sun is out. Praise the Lord!!” Storms have a way of bringing life to a complete halt….but they also have a way of making us see hope in even the slightest ray of sunshine. In simple every day things […]

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Pray for Houston

Pray for Houston

“I guess all we can do is pray about it.” I’ve been guilty of saying that like it was the last option available with a “hope it works” kind of attitude behind it. It’s easy to fall into the thought that whatever God wants to happen will […]

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How We Can Help Hurricane Harvey Victims

How We Can Help Hurricane Harvey Victims

The devastation Hurricane Harvey has caused in South Texas has been quite alarming. Seeing the photos of the damage and hearing from friends and family who have been displaced from their homes has left many of our hearts heavy.  The reality is that when a natural disaster […]

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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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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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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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