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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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Reflecting on Mother’s Day

I’ve been spending precious time with Jesus this morning, savoring both the sweetness and the sorrow of Mother’s Day. Maybe it’s the stage of life I’m in … maybe it was just a mother feeling the absence of her daughter … Continue reading

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Hope Resounds

I’ve successfully arrived at middle-age. The mirror testifies to the laws of time and gravity, the body grumbles in protest over too much time spent standing or working. And, in this season of life we attend more funerals than weddings. … Continue reading

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