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Trusting God When You Can’t See the Path Ahead Of You

When things are going smoothly, it’s easy to say, “Yeah, God, I trust You.” You’re on the mountaintop. Everything is so good. Work, family, friends. Even worship comes easy. But sooner or later, we are all going to leave the … Continue reading

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A Time For Everything!

King Solomon was a wise man. Solomon wrote much of the book of Proverbs, the Song of Solomon, the book of Ecclesiastes, and two psalms. King Solomon knew a few things about life. In Ecclesiastes 3: 2-8, this wise man … Continue reading

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Nora’s Review of: Under the Tulip Tree

Under the Tulip Tree By Michelle Shocklee Tyndale House Publishers 400 pages NORA’S REVIEW: Lorena’s father, a bank president, had a comfortable lifestyle and was well received in social circles before the market took a dive. Lorena Leland and her family … Continue reading

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Homecoming

Usually at this time of the year, high schools around the country are celebrating a tradition known as homecoming. I’m sure with Covid, there are many schools that are not having the homecoming ceremonies or perhaps they are taking place … Continue reading

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From Ordinary to Extraordinary by Nancy J. Farrier

There have been people in my life who annoy me. Do you get that? Have you had people who get on your nerves? A co-worker? Someone at church? That neighbor who is hard to tolerate? A spouse who has an … Continue reading

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Where were you?

Though 20 years have passed, if you are old enough to remember the events that took place on September 11, 2001, then chances are you’ve asked, or been asked the question…where were you? And like me, you can probably name … Continue reading

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Can you imagine?

Have you ever just sat and thought about what Heaven would be like? My tiny human imagination just can’t quite imagine how beautiful and glorious it will be, but I love to try. We know that the Apostle John got … Continue reading

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We’re All Just Walking Each Other Home!

A few years back, my husband and I along with two of our good friends went on a Four-Wheel adventure together. To this day, it is one of my favorite memories and we’ve had quite a few with our good … Continue reading

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Hearing God’s Voice by Bridget A. Thomas

Quite a few years ago, my husband and I went to watch a middle school softball game. Two of our coworkers had daughters on opposing teams. We enjoy baseball and softball, no matter who is playing. But this was a … Continue reading

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Family Vacation 2021 by Julie Arduini

Trying to guess how things will go after 2020 has been quite the game. We make plans and they have been delayed. We think all is well, and then find out it is not. We start to lose hope in … Continue reading

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Blessings From The Past

Recently, my husband and I attended family reunion. There were lots of people there and plenty of good food, but my favorite part of the reunion was listening to the amazing stories told by older members of the family. The … Continue reading

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Stereotyping by Nancy J. Farrier

Stereotype: something conforming to a fixed or general pattern.  Have you ever put certain people into a stereotype group? An absent-minded professor. A nosey, gossipy, or talkative woman. Perhaps a motorcycle gang member as being outside the law. A young … Continue reading

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Welcome With God by Bridget A. Thomas

Enter his gates with thanksgiving and his courts with praise; give thanks to him and praise his name. – Psalm 100:4 Many people have a vision of God as a judgmental and harsh ruler. Some believe that they have to … Continue reading

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Hydrangea Evangelism by Julie Arduini

This has been the best summer for my flowers yet. My roses bloomed for a straight month, and I see round two is coming up. I’ve had roses bloom as late as November before. The one showcase has been the … Continue reading

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Life Can Change on a Dime by Vicki Hinze

Years ago, I wrote a book. The opening line was: “Life can change on a dime.” Back then, I didn’t know that life would be mine, but on June 7th, that’s what happened. Hubby awakened me, saying, “Good morning,” then … Continue reading

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