Monthly Archives: April 2007

We’re Only Here for a Little While

My poor family has endured my love of country music for quite some time now. The kids, even the little 2 year old, will tell me, “don’t like it mommy” although he WILL know who Dolly Parton is before he … Continue reading

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Soaking Up the Sun

From the great theologian Sheryl Crow… It’s not having what you want It’s wanting what you’ve got…

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Putting Things in Perspective

Luke 18: 27 He replied, “What is impossible from a human perspective is possible with God.” This week has been all about perspective. The culmination of many events, both in the world and in my personal life, have helped me … Continue reading

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Fight the Good Fight!

It’s Easter morning and my 2 year old son is padding down the hall in his footed pajamas… so cute and sweet and quiet. Until I hear this clunking sound. It’s not the cats, it’s not the gerbils, it’s coming … Continue reading

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Mom, what does redeemed mean?

While listening to some Good Friday music in the car my daughter asked me the above question. How very wonderful it was to answer her… “you know what Jesus did on that cross? that’s what it means to be redeemed,” … Continue reading

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Iron Sharpening Iron

A little over a year ago Mike sent me a link to the Johari window. The Johari Window was invented by Joseph Luft and Harrington Ingham in the 1950s as a model for mapping personality awareness. By describing yourself from … Continue reading

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