Author Archives: Elena Bowling

That First, Next Step

This girl is a technology and social media junkie. I love seeing vacays, family time, delicious meals, pets, baby bumps, date nights and such. Staying connected in this way provides opportunities to pray for friends who are going through rough … Continue reading

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Joshua 13:14, 33 – If We Paid Our Pastors Today in Food, Would They Starve?

Originally posted on A Work In Progress:
Joshua 13:14, 33 An Allotment for the Tribe of Levi What if we paid our preachers today in food as were the priestly clan, the Levites, were paid in ancient Israel? Would they…

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Swayed

I’ve been deceived, or rather I allowed myself to be fooled, wanting to believe that something was true when it sounded good, plausible and true. Ready? I thought cooking with coconut oil was healthy and good for you. Natural, organic … Continue reading

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Mountain Memories 

I took the scenic route up to Dad’s new place in Brevard yesterday.  Not intentionally, but Siri decided we needed to go a different way and I didn’t argue. It is a breathtaking drive along Hey 11, also known as … Continue reading

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The Best Thing

This time of transition is coming to a turning point, for dad and our family. I am awaiting a call from the discharge planner at GMH advising of the time,  so I can meet him at his new place sometime … Continue reading

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Transitions 

“There is a time for everything, and a season for every activity under the heavens: a time to be born and a time to die, a time to plant and a time to uproot, a time to kill and a … Continue reading

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Change 

My daddy was larger than life back in the day.  Husband, Doctor, provider, philanthropist.  When I was little he was the only Doctor in town that made house calls.  I still remember tagging along one late summer afternoon when he … Continue reading

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