Easter Sunday

The resurrection of Christ bears potent meaning for me as I reflect on a certain personal breakthrough last Easter Sunday. I’m reminded of the spiritual journey God leads me through. I long to say a whole-hearted, “yes” to His invitations to me. . . of saying good-bye to those things that hold me back from…

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Reality: From Tooth Fairy to Transparency

As a little girl, I was eager to look under my pillow after having lost a tooth and seeing the coins the tooth fairy left for me. I loved the experience of fantasy and imagination as a child. The feelings of excitement tapped into deep longings as I eagerly waited for Santa on Christmas eve;…

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Precious in His Sight

I hear the the Vacation Bible School song in my head, Red and yellow, black and white, they are precious in His sight! Jesus loves the little children of the world. Dads, be aware!! Children deserve respect!! I’m very thankful to be a counselor to moms and dads realizing any emotional, relational, or mental healing in…

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Attention Deficit Disorder- Attuning to God’s Invitations

I had no malice in my heart as a second grader when my teacher told the class to be quiet. The rest of the class obeyed. My short attention span contributed to my cluelessness. The next thing I heard was a harsh, “JUDY!” My heart began beating out of control. I felt my body temperature rising. Suddenly…

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Goodwill Toward Men – Christmas Present

  “And on earth peace, goodwill toward men” Memories of Christmas pasts and expectations of friends and family can be overwhelming at times. As a child it’s easy to believe Santa comes down the chimney and brings presents. As an adult beliefs turn to distrust, negativity, and avoidance where there’s perceived danger. The wonder of…

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