Without Love

One of the things that helped me see God a little more clearly happened years ago. The church I was attending was going to do a building fundraising. At the time we were meeting in a school and the pastors decided it was time to start fundraising for a building. I was praying one day […]

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Porches and Heavenly Wine

As I have been waiting for the editing process to finish up with my book, I have had a strange lull in my writing. Which is pleasant for me to sit back, try to be patient and not think about writing. Knowing I will soon begin the process of reading through the edited version of […]

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No Nonsense

I had asked my two sons what they had learned from me over the last 4 years. My youngest son encapsulated exactly what he has learned from me in the last four years and was the first to state: Mom this is what I learned—>

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Sally’s Question

In my last blog post The Greater Sin I started with a conversation I was having with a group of girlfriends. Now I want to finish what we spoke about that night. My good friend Sally had been watching a documentary about the new Pope and a meeting the Pope had had to apologize to […]

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The Greater Sin

Last week my family and I were at a friend’s new business celebrating the “grand opening”. It was just a few close friends that had come together to celebrate God’s goodness in this new chapter for their lives. As the handful of us stood around the reception desk drinking wine and eating cheese and kibitzing […]

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From Cubs to Lions

Today as I celebrate four years of freedom, I have come to realize, finally, what I, my family and my friends were really warring with.  God started me on a road that I simply could not look back on four years ago over three days.  As I lay in bed this morning and visited with […]

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Should You Quit “Church”?

This is going to be very scary for most Christians to even read. Many will start to read it and not finish. Yet, I woke up this morning with this:     “The Church has become an institution instead of the body (people); likewise the temple has once again become a building instead of the […]

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