Tag Archives: God can.

Far from perfect

I remember bringing our 1st baby home from the hospital and a dear friend told me, “Welcome to the wonderful world of guilt.” 😂 She was being funny of course, but she was also right, I did begin to feel … Continue reading

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He Do!

25 plus folks stood holding packages in the post office line before Christmas. It went out the door. The 3 haggarded workers behind the counter waved us forward one by one. A second group was scrambling in the lobby with … Continue reading

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Dys-function-al

A sweet older lady recently complimented me on our large family saying, “It’s so nice to see a family that’s not dysfunctional these days.”  I nearly burst out laughing because we have not been the model family and we definitly are … Continue reading

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Commissioned

A week ago some of the kids and I had the privilege of worshiping at a small full-gospel church. The worship was free, the message so sincere and the prayer one on one. Never underestimate the laying on of hands! … Continue reading

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The Aftermath

A restored relationship is one of the most wonderful rewards that follows a prodigal’s return. It’s a fresh start with new eyes and open hearts. Sweetness… and yet there remains a pain to be surrendered daily. A pain of past … Continue reading

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In My Weakness

Last week I had an epiphany. It just doesn’t have as much to do with me as I’d always thought? This whole parenting in such a way as to raise godly kids does not hinge on my expertise -Thank God! I … Continue reading

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Can and Will

Facing surgery again this summer is no fun. For those that know us, we have had our fill of hospital stays and unexpected procedures. In October of 2010 my husband, David was diagnosed with colon cancer. That initial surgery lead … Continue reading

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Living In Denial

Have you ever declared something to be untrue? A common phrase I hear thrown around is, ” that person lives in denial;” you know, aware of a problem, but pretending it just doesn’t exist.  Reading my Bible yesterday, I realized … Continue reading

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