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We have this bird… that’s rather annoying. He’s been tapping on an outside window now for a WEEK. He shows up at daybreak and begins his daily vigil of jumping up and pecking the den glass with feet splayed.  It … Continue reading

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A Running Anniversary

At 35, 15 years ago, I decided to try running. Alternating a run then walk from one mailbox to the next was all I could manage, trying to rid my body of residual baby-weight. It took me 2 years before … Continue reading

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Waiting -until you want to scream!

Been there? Me too! Asking God for something, or someone… just some action with this situation …please!!! Longing to see the “needle move” in a positive direction, any ray of hope, or spark of something can be such a drain. … Continue reading

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Table Talk

For years we sat down at the table every night to eat dinner together. Then… the older kids turned into teenagers. Sports, jobs, homework caused varying schedules and we began to eat as needed: different times, different locations, different food. … Continue reading

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Eyes to See

My precious pig-tailed girl filled a bucket with shells. It seemed that her little hands picked up everything she saw. At 6, I knew she meant to take each piece back home to Atlanta…. adding to the growing pile accumulating … Continue reading

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The Spirit

Originally posted on For Glory Sake!:
Where do you run when your world is topsy-turvy? What do you reach for when circumstances swirl in chaos? How far do you allow yourself to be swept away in a current of worry…

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repost- Jesus’ Reminders by Philip Yancey

Jesus’ Reminders Philip Yancey The image Jesus left with the world, the cross, the most common image in the Christian religion, is proof that God cares about our suffering and pain. He died of it. Today the image is coated … Continue reading

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