Category Archives: Reflecting

Patience and Love – Growing in the fruit of the Spirit

Lately there have been two running themes in my life: Patience, and Love….and the fact that I am lacking in both. I’ve been going through Beth Moore’s Living Beyond Yourself, a study on the fruit of the Spirit, with my … Continue reading

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It is Well with My Soul

Death is all around us: in the news, television, movies, and the internet. Sometimes we can become numb to the fact that strangers pass away every day. But, how often are we confronted with death in our own personal life? … Continue reading

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Feature on “The World Needs More Love Letters” Organization

“Through, requesting, sending, leaving, and writing the love letters, this site won’t ever stop asking these questions to its visitors: Could you script a letter of love to someone you will never meet? Is there someone in your own life … Continue reading

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My Plan Vs. God’s Plan

The world revolves around plans. You plan your trip through traffic to get to work. You plan your class schedule for school. You plan what groceries you are going to buy for dinner. Everyone’s calendar is filled with appointments and … Continue reading

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Who Is Responsible For My Joy?

“A lot of times, people make other people responsible for their joy: “You’re not making me happy, you’re not doing this, you’re not doing that.” I found out just in the past two or three years that my personal joy … Continue reading

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Thankful

Last week was Thanksgiving. I hope everyone had a wonderful holiday and made many happy memories with their family and friends! When you celebrate Thanksgiving, does your family ever take time out to say what they’re thankful for? After all, … Continue reading

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Like A Child

“Why did Jesus say to be like the little children? Because their great desire to love and inquisitive nature is still intact.” – Michael Minot This quote really got me thinking. One part in particular struck a chord: “Because their … Continue reading

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