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Not Afraid…Not Anymore   Oh yeah, I know what fear feels like. I know what it sounds like, too. I have heard the lies that reverberate around the walls of my chest and threaten to weaken my resolve and melt my heart. Yes, I have walked enough in darkness to know those shadows well. I […]
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How We’re Learning By Brenda Pace Embrace the Process On the recent occasion of turning ahem, cough, cough older, I revisited goals I set several years ago when I could no longer deny the mantle of “seasoned woman” was mine to wear. Because of the younger demographic of military communities in which I move, this all […]
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When our hearts are heavy, when the needs are many, when the words won’t come, You are there, dear Lord Jesus. And You give us the words to say. And You work outside of time, knowing our needs before we do. And You give peace when there is no earthly reason for it. Because You […]
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Perspective. It’s all in how you look at it, right? When my Dufflings were littles, cleaning their own rooms was a daily chore. I’m not talking the spit shined shoes kinda clean, more like there needs to be a safe pathway to the door kinda clean. But on Saturdays, a different kind of clean needed […]
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Remembering   I have been a Christian now for over 25 years. I have craved and devoured the Word like it was literally food and water. I have dedicated my life, my marriage, my family, and my home to serving and loving the Savior of my soul. When I finish reading through the Bible, I […]
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Praying with Psalm 93 today: The Lord reigns, He is robed in majesty; The Lord is robed in majesty and armed with strength; indeed, the world is established, firm and secure.   The God of the universe who is also our Daddy, The One who gives the mightiest warrior strength, who also paints the spots […]
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***Today, for Worship Wednesday, please welcome my dear friend, Margaret Franklin, to the table. Her heart for the Lord and for her family is so very beautiful to me and anyone who has the privilege of knowing and doing life with her. I know you will be blessed as she shares her personal journey from […]
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How We’re Learning By Claudia Duff Where Did I Put That? It is the losses that keep you up at night. I lose things a lot, like every day. I say things like, “I can’t find my hairbrush. Where are my keys? Where did I put the __?”  When my husband and I went away […]
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God of the Universe, God of the little things– You provide the plankton to feed the whale You design each crystal of the snowflake You see the tiny mushroom and the fiddle head of the growing fern the first crocus on the forest floor. You use the tiny fragments of dust to reflect pink in […]
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Unintimidated   Her eyes fell to the floor, “I’m…sorry,” she whispered. Tears were falling now, down her lovely face, and leaving marks on her blouse. I didn’t really know what to say at that moment. I wanted to say, “It’s ok”… but it wasn’t ok. She wasn’t ok. What she was going through wasn’t ok. […]
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