Saints Don’t Fully Die

Yesterday, my husband and I had the privilege of attending a funeral service for a saint. The woman’s whose body laid in the casket at the front of the intimate sanctuary, deserved all the honors and accolades that were spoken. The preacher, her son, likened her life to that of Tabitha’s in Acts 9. Despite […]

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2/08/2021

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Justice

Growing up, my brother and I were obsessed on everything being fair. Only 22 months a part in age, we seemed to compete in everything and neither of us would tolerate the other getting something extra or having any kind of advantage – that just wouldn’t be right. If there was one piece of candy […]

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6/26/2020

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Brokenness

Small shards and bulky hunks of jagged glass sprayed across the kitchen’s hardwood floor. That particular glass has survived half a dozen moves over 21+ years of use. However, the air drying dishes shifted somehow on the mat and the glass was now in pieces, broken on the floor. The kitchen clock is broken too. […]

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10/20/2019

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“More Grace”

Earlier this week, I posted about what God was teaching me through the position of the toilet seat in our master bath. (If you missed it, here’s the link: Tattling On Him.) This morning, as I read the devotion in “New Morning Mercies” by Paul David Tripp, I saw exactly the role of sin and the […]

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Love, Life and Loss

I finished the novel on Sunday afternoon.   It was good.    It is over 48 hours later and I am still thinking about it.    I didn’t see the plot twist coming until it hit me as I wiped the tears from my cheeks. The author did his job. I am an “all in” […]

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Good Friday’s Cross

Recently, I was excited to attend an event where one of my favorite authors would be speaking. One of my best girlfriends and I grabbed a nice dinner beforehand and we made our way to the venue. Before we found our seats, we saw and connected with ladies from all over town and various phases […]