Tag Archives: Trust

Climbing the Tallest Mountain by Nancy J. Farrier

A few weeks ago, my daughter and two grandsons came for a visit. The boys, ages two and five, accompanied us to the park or on short walks, but one day I took our five-year-old grandson, Jimmy, on a longer … Continue reading

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A Test of Trust by Nancy J. Farrier

We had a wild and crazy end to our past week. One of those times when you wish you could hit rewind and have a chance to change events. But that isn’t an option. Instead, you have to move forward … Continue reading

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Reaching Out in Faith by Nancy J. Farrier

My dad was terrified of snakes. Growing up in Indiana, he said the big black snakes in the barn would chase him. I have no idea if this was true or his youthful imagination, but those snakes left a mark … Continue reading

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Captivity and Trust by Nancy J. Farrier

Do you have a favorite scripture you cling to in times of stress? Most of us do. Most of us have more than one. Scripture is comforting in times of trouble. Comforting when there is uncertainty and unrest in our … Continue reading

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Planted by the Waters by Nancy J. Farrier

At sixteen, I knew everything. The typical teenager who didn’t need to rely on her parent’s thinking or their values. The saddest part was my rejection of their Christian values. If someone asked what I believed in, I would tell … Continue reading

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Satisfied With What? by Nancy J. Farrier

Satisfied: Pleased or content with what has been experienced or received.(Merriam-Webster dictionary) How many of us are satisfied with life right now? Satisfied with the way the world is today? Satisfied with the events of 2020? Do I hear hysterical … Continue reading

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Fear Not by Nancy J. Farrier

If you are like me you are so tired of talk about the virus and pandemic. I want this to be over and done with, but that won’t happen for a while. Instead, I have the opportunity to learn patience, … Continue reading

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Trusting Our Coach in Times of Stretching

I haven’t gone full-on fan-girl since my teens, but lately, certain television programs had me leaning dangerously close to that response: America Ninja Warriors and the Olympics. Women’s gymnastics was both rolled in to one. If you watched even a smidgeon … Continue reading

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Why Values and Morals are Important: Part 1 by Vicki Hinze

  Why Values and Morals are Important Part 1  By Vicki Hinze   You asked why values and morals are important and why we need them.   We live on a planet with a lot of people. Billions of people. … Continue reading

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