Reviving Confidence

This past spring, I attended a ūüé•musical ūüé•that my child's school produced. It was a series of short "snip its" from different Broadway shows. It was spectacular and such fun to watch! I noticed a particular student in the¬†musical who exuded confidence. This¬†teen is involved in multiple activities and beams with great security. It's quite …

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What are You Waiting for?

"I will walk about in freedom, for I have sought out Your precepts." Psalm 119:45 To trust what one says, includes¬†taking it at¬†face value and¬†starting to walk the thing out! I find this especially¬†evident in parenting young babes.¬†I remember a time when my little one had done something wrong.¬†He hid it in his heart and …

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Facing the Unexpected

  A circumstance, a loss, a physical hurt, a rejection....pain comes in different forms. No one is immune to suffering. ¬†It is something we all have to grapple with. The past couple of weeks,¬†I have been involved with several people wrestling though different kinds of heartache. Some dealing with a sick child, some with choices …

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Heads Up, Posture Down…

How's your heart today? What are your thoughts? What has been happening around you? If someone¬†took your spiritual temperature, what would it be? Are you healthy and thriving, sick and tired, or somewhere in between? I have always enjoyed reading about the life of Moses. A man who accomplished so very much, but was completely …

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When There are No Adequate Words

I‚Äôve been thinking about this most sacred weekend for a while now. Thoughts about Christ swirling around in my head.¬† I‚Äôve been reading Scripture and wanted to write about the moments preceding His death, the actual day it occurred or the space in between the day of death and the rise of victory‚Ķthe time frame …

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