Category Archives: faith

Sabbath

2016 is already showing itself to be a year of wonder, growing and becoming. A lot has been happening here in the last month and a half. I have been molded and changed in a few areas, areas that were … Continue reading

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Becoming

I have never been big on making resolutions for the new year. For me, that is just setting myself up for a fall. I am doomed before I even get out of the starting gates of the new year. Fruitless … Continue reading

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A Monday Prayer

For those of us who feel a bit bruised from a thoughtless word or a careless gesture, may You soften the blow by supplying a soft landing place that is lined with your grace. May we feel the glory and … Continue reading

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The Advent Train Derailed

I have always been a big fan of Advent. Our church never really celebrated it. Now that I think of it, I have never been to a church that recognized Advent. In spite of that, though, I have been drawn … Continue reading

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Changing Things Up

June 2016 will mark the 10th anniversary of my stint as a blog writer. Crazy, isn’t it? This little blog has been swathed in anonymity. I have often wondered why that is. I think it is because I do not … Continue reading

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Perseverance

Blessed is the man who remains steadfast under trial, for when he has stood the test he will receive the crown of life, which God has promised to those who love him. — James 1:12 Many things do not come … Continue reading

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Words from Rod Dreher

I have recently finished How Dante Can Save Your Life written by Rod Dreher. All I can say about this book is that my commonplace book is being heavily used during this reading. Mr. Dreher has come upon some hard … Continue reading

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