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A “Christmas Morning” Sense of Wonder

I shouldn’t be surprised by how God works, but I am constantly in awe when he does. Sometimes I feel like a little child on Christmas morning, almost overwhelmed with his gifts, his blessings, his “showing up” through others during … Continue reading

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Angels Undercover

I look back at the last post and can’t believe over two months have passed.  First, I want to tell you how excited I am at the response to my last blog about making baby blankets for the infants and toddlers … Continue reading

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The Peace Tree

A week before Christmas, and all around us are the trappings of the season: twinkling lights on rooftops and Santas on lawns, irritated drivers and frantic shoppers, ubiquitous Christmas music seeping out of speakers everywhere from coffeeshops to mall parking lots. Just call me stubborn, … Continue reading

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My Grace is Sufficient

Last week my daughter and I took my two-year-old granddaughter Mia to an indoor super playground for kids called Jumpin’ n Jammin’. I’d planned to sit and watch Mia enjoy all the amazing twisty-turny tubular slides, toy airplanes hanging from … Continue reading

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Season’s of a Woman’s Life

The following is an excerpt from LETTERS FROM GOD FOR WOMEN, God’s Faithful Promises for You, Harvest House Publishers (a little book I wrote a few years ago). I treasure you every day. My precious one, Consider the seasons. Winter, … Continue reading

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