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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The Aftermath

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

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In My Weakness

Purposeful parenting to raise godly kids does not hinge solely on me – and I Thank God sincerely! Just for the record, my husband and I read all the books, listened to teachings, and even followed a parenting program complete with … Continue reading

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Can and Will

David has another surgery this summer. Double Inguinal Hernias with mesh! After all the stuff with his colon cancer: hospital stays and unexpected procedures the last two years, we can’t believe another thing is left to go through. There is … Continue reading

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