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Monthly Archives: August 2014

This is Grace. If you could spend an afternoon with her you would love her.  Instantly.  You just can’t help it.  She would make you laugh. Your soul would feel happy. That is her gift. She is in tenth grade.  She loves to read.  Play lacrosse.  Eat ice cream. Yesterday she made an announcement.  “For […]

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That old blue ford truck pulled out around 3:30 this afternoon. It was packed full of clothes and buckets filled up completely with just what you’d need if you were a sophomore in college. We’ve had that truck for 15 years. I vaguely remember him sitting on the passenger side buckled into a booster seat. Now he’s […]

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Does your soul ever feel restless? Do you ver feel a pull that wants to take you away from the ordinary and the mundane places? And you would go in an instant, but it’s hard to take the first step when you have no idea what direction exactly your soul wants to travel in. Don’t worry…I’m not […]

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I think I should pray a little harder for the mothers of the world. One of them called me today and told me some of the struggles inside her walls.  My heart ached for her. I make it a practice to not know what is amiss in another’s life, but it is surprisingly refreshing sometimes to […]

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1 Samuel 17 When you don’t know what to do with what you’ve been entrusted with, give it your best effort (and by that, I mean your most authentic effort). Then trust God to perform His glory. It’s what I’ve been thinking about since I left church today.  Actually, I’ve been thinking about David. His story.  His […]

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