Tag Archives: Covid-19

I Love You a Bushel and a Peck by Kathy Carmichael

  My sister Paula is six years older than me. Paula was my mother’s eldest and I was my father’s eldest (we have different fathers). All through growing up, my mother’s mother would ask Paula how much she loved her, … Continue reading

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Bible Study: The Cure for What Ails You by Julie Arduini

Happy July! Last time I blogged, I shared my anxiety revelation. Thankfully, that’s better. However, last week I realized I was in bit of a funk, and as I looked around, both in my socially-distanced church and around social media, … Continue reading

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Keeping Busy during COVID-19 by James R. Coggins

The lockdown due to COVID-19 has given me a wonderful opportunity to slow down and pay more attention to the world around me. Here is what I have observed.  1. It has rained the last seven weekends and ten of … Continue reading

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From Grave Clothes to Grace Clothes

Take Off Your Grave Clothes Last time I shared the resurrection story of Lazarus and how it took Jesus four days to reach His friend. Yet because of that “delay,” so much more took place than a healing. Everyone witnessed … Continue reading

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