Tag Archives: bible

OneEighty

1My son, do not forget my teaching, but keep my commands in your heart, 2for they will prolong your life many years and bring you peace and prosperity. 3Let love and faithfulness never leave you; bind them around your neck, … Continue reading

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Evidence

So much has happened in the past 9 weeks. For my own benefit I tried listing events, thinking it would promote healing, but the exercise felt a little overwhelming. Looking at life in a string of black and white bulletpoints … Continue reading

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Hope 

January 2, already. It almost feels like I missed that window of opportunity to reflect on the past year, with it’s joys and sorrows.  But reflection is easy today, as I’m forced to sit and rest amidst the chaos of … Continue reading

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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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Enslaved

The past few days have been incredibly emotional for me, and over money of all things!   I’ve been angry, sad, confused, hopeful and determined.  Determined to get answers to a problem with my parents tax return.  Determined to fix … Continue reading

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Time to Move

God has blessed our decision. After several years of foot dragging, excuses and one half-hearted attempt to sell our home, it finally happened. We felt drawn towards the Mill Village and talked about it often. We would ride through the … Continue reading

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From Foolish to Free

I first read “Radical” and “Crazy Love” as a brand new Christ follower.  Both books rocked my world. The idea of abandoning everything commonly accepted as normal and desirable in our American culture for Christ was way out there. In … Continue reading

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