The Biggest Take-Away: Awakening Pure Worship

I have been reading Jeff Deyo’s book, Awakening Pure Worship, and just turned the last page… it is a sort of end of one chapter in my life and the beginning of something new. Done with one thing, and holding out waiting hands to see what God wants to do next. Worship. Jeff Deyo was […]

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Our Safety Net

Having children of different ages and with varying interests can sometimes be a stretch. How to keep the closeness and help us have a common goal? The most important focus is our faith; so, whatever else we do, we learn and worship together. When we sit down to breakfast each morning, I typically save my […]

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These Noah Days & a Challenge for 2021

How are you today? So many have expressed their anxiousness to put 2020 behind us, and yet here we sit in the new year and not much has changed. When feeling down, it is good medicine to look outside of ourselves and really see other people. My friend Sheila in Italy has barely been outside […]

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Reflections of Psalm 23, Day 8

Your rod and Your staff, they comfort me. In the valleys of life, where storms press in, floods rage, and predators rush in, the Shepherd’s presence is comforting, and his rod and his staff are tools by which he rescues, disciplines, protects, and comforts his sheep. In North America, today’s shepherds often carry a rifle […]

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Praying God’s Will; 2 Thessalonians, Chapter 2

Good Monday, Friends.  How was your Easter weekend? Friday night we gathered together with brothers and sisters in Christ to remember His sacrifice and praise Him for the salvation He has bought for us.  It was a cross denominational gathering… 2 different Baptist congregations, 2 Nazarene congregations, an Alliance congregation, and an Evangelical Free congregation… […]

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