Virtual Bible Study Questions–Week 1

Virtual Bible Study Discussion Questions and Homework   Whether or not you were part of the Virtual Bible on April 1, 2020, welcome to my website! I am excited to be a part of this online community! Below are the questions we discussed plus homework for next week. The homework […]

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Finding Your New Place of Joy and Purpose

In last week’s blog I talked about finding and living my new sweet spot. In order to do this I needed a practice I to get me in the right headspace each day. An idea came to me— First thing in the morning I would write in my little daily […]

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If I Could Give You One Gift for 2020. . .

If I could give you one gift for the upcoming new year, I would give us all supernatural blinders. These blinders would give us the superpower to keep our focus on Jesus and the abundant life He came to give us (John 10:10). We could see and be involved in […]

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Be a Little Braver

Lately I feel I’ve been spending a lot of time thinking about what God wants me to do next and strategizing how to do it, but not doing it. Sounds like the definition of procrastinating, doesn’t it? Then God showed me this vision. An obscure object was laying in the […]

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I’m Not Whining, But. . .

To be honest, I’m having a hard time writing this blog because no matter how I reword it, I sound like I’m whining. I’m not. Really. I’m sharing what’s in my heart at the moment. I’m wondering if anyone ever feels this way except me. Right now, weeks past vacation, […]

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Me at 60

Yesterday I applied for a new ministry opportunity. They asked for my bio. I reviewed my most recent bio and I thought, “That’s not me anymore.” The facts hadn’t changed. Everything I said about myself was true. But something didn’t sound right as I read it. It felt like I […]

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How I Found Happiness Amidst Struggle

If there’s one thing I learned in the difficult season my family recently went through, it’s that the key to happiness is not found in carefree, perfect days all strung together as far as the eye can see. That’s not reality. If we wait for the perfect string of days […]

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What I’m Learning about Life and Jesus from Physical Therapy

I few weeks ago I experienced another first in my life—I went to physical therapy. My hip pain became more than I wanted to endure so I went to the doctor. He prescribed physical therapy. I had no idea what to expect. I left my first visit with three pages […]

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We’re Not Perfect, but We Love Each Other

“When I See Your Family I See the Perfect Family.” Recently someone said this to me. I didn’t know whether to first laugh or apologize for giving such an impression. I do not intend to give the impression that we are the perfect family. In fact, in two of my […]

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