Peace and Trust

What role, if any, does trust play in having/attaining peace? Do they go hand in hand? Can you have one without the other? Curious to know what people think… This was the Facebook status for a friend of mine recently. She poses an interesting question. You cannot have shadows without light. You cannot have gravity […]

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The Gospel and Wardrobe Crises

I’m convinced that all women experience a wardrobe crisis at least once in their lives. (Insert disclaimer about first world problems here. #America) Whether it’s the freshman 15, baby weight or just life in general, there comes a time when you feel like you have nothing to wear. For the sake of my gentlemen readers, […]

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Maundy Thursday

It’s Holy Week, the week approaching my favorite holiday. As I think back on what Jesus was doing on this day all those years ago, I find Him living out the gospel even before His work on earth was finished. If you knew you were going to die tomorrow, how would you spend your last […]

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Woes, Wow and a Widow

As Jesus’ last week progressed, it became more and more obvious He wasn’t messing around. He’d already thrown the money changers out of the temple (with whips and some furniture moving, so to speak) and cursed a fig tree. Now He took aim at the Pharisees and Sadducees. Woes When I was a little girl, […]

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Storms Pt. 3

Since those memorable stormy occasions from my childhood, weather technology has improved and I’ve managed to stay sane through grapefruit sized hailstones falling through the skylights at the local mall, a tornado near a nuclear power plant when I was responsible for five teenagers’ lives and I watched on television as a tornado ripped through […]

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