Tag Archives: love

Operation Christmas Child

      Did you ever stumble upon something you never heard of, only to discover that this something was huge and you wonder how you could have missed it? That’s what happened with me and Operation Christmas Child, a … Continue reading

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One Heart, One Church

  I realized, after interviewing a husband and wife serving as dual pastors in one church and a senior pastor in another church, that I’ve interviewed quite a few pastors over the years. Let’s see…there was the delightful Baptist pastor … Continue reading

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Hedged In

I could be dead right now. The whole thing seemed like a fluke. One day last week I heard a funny sound coming from my refrigerator. I opened the doors and peeked inside; everything looked OK, so I didn’t think … Continue reading

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Doing Church in America Part II

Thom S. Rainer’s book, I am a Church Member, is so small you can read it in a few hours. In my previous blog, I wrote about his comments relative to a spirit of serving rather than one of entitlement … Continue reading

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Sometimes Simpler is Better

I knew when I was half way through making the king sized quilt I had designed for our bed, that it was probably not a good idea after all. I wondered how I would protect my work of art from … Continue reading

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Gift of Lent

We’re three weeks into Lent and I want to share my story. When I was a little girl, people “gave up” something they enjoyed to make up for all the bad things they had done during the year. I was … Continue reading

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Are Christians Judgmental?

It is said one of the main reasons people stay away from church is that church goers, especially Christians, are judgmental. I don’t blame them. Why go to a place where people make you feel worse about yourself than you … Continue reading

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