Like Little Children

February 10, 2017 0

I want to tell you about my friend, Connie. Connie attends my church in my hometown, and if the doors are open? She is there. She truly loves church. She rides the bus to church, […]

Stop Seeking Perfection

February 3, 2017 0

This semester I decided to take beginning French. Why not! I had been to two francophone countries (France and Haiti) and knew very little about the language. Plus, it’s my last semester and I have […]

If You’re Going to Be Pro-Life, Be Pro-Life

January 30, 2017 0

I’m pro-life. That’s not a surprise to anyone who knows me. It’s probably annoyingly (to some) obvious and overstated. And while I guess you could technically describe me as being anti-abortion, that’s not the term […]

This Other Road

January 27, 2017 0

The poet Robert Frost described two roads that diverged in the woods. He contemplated which road that he should take. He was sorry that he couldn’t travel both, but he chose the road that less […]

Excited or Impacted?

January 13, 2017 0

Are you excited about Jesus? Are you excited about the promises of heaven we’ve received? Do you love meeting with the church and getting to spend time with your friends there? The answer to all […]

The Sacred Past

December 23, 2016 0

Perhaps at no other time of the year are so many remembering so much. It’s seemingly impossible to pull dusty boxes out of the attic and unpack Christmas decorations without revisiting Christmases past. The very […]

You Can Do Anything, But Not Everything

December 16, 2016 0

Over the past few years the question has been posed to me many times over: “How do you do everything?” I am here to give you the answer, the honest truth…here is the magical secret…I […]

Be Needed

December 9, 2016 0

“Be the person you needed when you were younger.” – Unknown This quote REALLY touches my heart!!! So often we try to portray a picture of “Christian perfection” for others to look up to. That […]

But I Planned It!

November 18, 2016 0

I LOVE planning. If “planaholic” was a real “aholic”, my picture would be in the medical books! I have planning lists, notebooks, apps, dreams, discussions, and the list could go on. My family and I […]

At the End of the Pew

November 11, 2016 2

She still wears a ring on her wrinkled hands, but she sits alone at the of the pew. At the end of the pew, sitting with her hands folded on her lap, tattered Bible open […]

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