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Omnipresent

October 25, 2019 | Comments Off on Omnipresent

I am an only child. Growing up I spent a great deal of time with adults. I can’t even remember ever having a babysitter. I spent most of my time in the presence of others. At
home my parents gave me much attention, so much
so, that I grew accustomed to being in the presence of others […]

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Refuge

October 18, 2019 | Comments Off on Refuge

Several years ago the Lord allowed me to experience this particular attribute in a real way. My daughter, Leanna, had to be hospitalized for an EEG. At that time, she
was six years old and being in the hospital surrounded by machines and unfamiliar people made her quite apprehensive. When undergoing an EEG, electrodes are glued […]

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Provider

October 11, 2019 | Comments Off on Provider

One of God’s many attributes and names is Jehovah-jireh. Inherent with this name and character of God is His desire to provide for His people. In Hebrew, jireh means “to see.” When paired with God’s covenant name, Jehovah, this name literally means that Jehovah will see to it. He sees and foresees. He is omniscient—He […]

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Burden-Bearer

October 4, 2019 | Comments Off on Burden-Bearer

Hello! Even though it doesn’t quite feel like Fall, October has arrived. I don’t know about you, but sometimes toward the end of the year things can get a bit crazy. Between making it through the summer months and now looking forward to the holidays, it can seem like there is too much to do. […]

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Dumbo the Flying Elephant

September 27, 2019 | Comments Off on Dumbo the Flying Elephant

I’ve heard hundreds of times that “God works in mysterious ways,” and I know it’s true, but I never expected to see His caring love while watching guests at a Disney World attraction. Three weeks ago, I was waiting for my family to finish riding the Dumbo ride when I spotted an odd group. There […]

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Blue-Eyed Boys, Long Lashes & Letting Go

September 20, 2019 | Comments Off on Blue-Eyed Boys, Long Lashes & Letting Go

Never will I forget January 3, 2000. Alex and I awoke at 5 AM with bags packed and baby carrier in tow. The only thing missing—a baby boy, who nestled comfy in my tummy. After many, many, many hours of waiting, pokes, prods, and pushing, out popped our eight pound, one ounce bundle of joy! […]

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Beauty in the Blurry

September 13, 2019 | Comments Off on Beauty in the Blurry

To some I’m considered young, to others old. I’m the age where I can remember tape cassettes, dial phones, VHS players, and television sets with antennae. I can remember going to the store and my mom paying for groceries by writing a check, or when we were lost in the car and actually had to […]

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Lost and Found

September 6, 2019 | Comments Off on Lost and Found

I don’t know that there’s anything else that boils my blood like not being able to find something I KNOW I know where it should be… like – full-on insanity mode. Losing things is so frustrating to me – but with mom brain and multiple little hands in the house, it happens a lot! (and […]

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Flint for the Fire

August 30, 2019 | Comments Off on Flint for the Fire

“You’ve lost your spark.” I was told this once after a rather long and grueling swim practice. The years of training had kept me going, I had finished the set, but it was true, my spark was gone. There I was, an experienced swimmer with more than twelve years under my belt and thousands of […]

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A Lesson In Leavin’

August 23, 2019 | Comments Off on A Lesson In Leavin’

If you’re a 2000’s country fan like myself, you most likely started humming Jo Dee Messina’s hit. Rather than dive into the mushy details of this hit breakup song, I’d like to dive into the details of leaving God’s will – ouch. Not too long ago, I received some of the wisest wisdom on God’s […]

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