Why I Don’t and Won’t Live on Social Media

I often feel like Wilma Flintstone when it comes to navigating effect social media. It’s just not my thing. I often ask myself, “What is my purpose on social media? What do I post? What is silly? What is helpful? What helps my reader get to know me?” My purpose […]

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Making Your Life Better than Chocolate Cake

I, like many of you, am watching as much of the Olympics as my schedule will allow. On Sunday the announcers cut away from the Olympic coverage to show a little of Tony Dungy’s speech as he was inducted into the NFL Hall of Fame. After his speech, the announcers […]

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Living and Loving Like Christ

Recently the phrase, “Christ in me”* stirred my imagination. I don’t know where the inspiration for the song came from, but in Galatians 2:20, Paul talks about Christ living in him. The same is true for all who are followers of Jesus. Christ lives in each of us. Back to […]

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Behind Our Front Door–How I Honor My Family’s Request for Privacy in a Public World

This is our front door. I love the red as I feel it says, “Come on in! We can’t wait to get to know you!” Yet, we don’t let just anyone in at any time. And just because we invite someone in doesn’t mean they have full access to our […]

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This Holiday Season Tide the Intrusion of Social Media into Your Family

    It’s happened again. We have allowed one more neutral cultural trend to become a god in our lives—social media. I cannot walk through a Target store without seeing half of the customers engaged with their phones—whether or not they are with someone or even their small children. As […]

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