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Keeping It Balanced

Workouts for me are essential, my hormonal equilibrium and mood depend on them. Not to mention bone health and general muscle tone. But finding the balance is tough! I swing from seasons of running to seasons of weight-lifting… cardio to … Continue reading

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Carry Each Other’s Burdens…

Galatians 6:2 Carry one another’s burdens, and in this way you will fulfill the law of Christ. I can’t tell you what it meant to me, through our cancer journey, to get a card or text that someone was praying … Continue reading

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Armored Up!

When I became a Christian, my mom taught me about God’s Armor (Ephesians 6:20-19). She told me to put in on in-prayer EVERY day, and so I have… and I cover all those I love as well 🙂 HELMET of … Continue reading

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I’m the one

I’m the one who gets to hear their hearts, share their joys, carry their sorrows. I’m the one who gets to say “good-morning” and “goodnight,” with a kiss and a hug. I’m the one who has the privilege of praying … Continue reading

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All He asks

Matthew 11:28 -30 Come to Me, all you who are weary and burdened, and I will give you rest. Take My yoke on you and learn from Me, because I am gentle and humble in heart, and you will find rest … Continue reading

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Instant Connection

I long for connection with God. Its a real hunger. I reach for it – seek it every morning. Sometimes it comes quickly, easily. I can feel as if I hear His voice. Other times it’s like waiting for an … Continue reading

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Last of Innocence

I am so blessed to “teach” 3rd graders at Sunday school. I put that in quotes because it’s not really school and I’m not a teacher -it’s more like listening and sharing with little people. Large group with the other … Continue reading

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and when you don't see change…

Free will means life has choices. Choices mean consequences. And consequences are hard to watch. Especially when someone’s bad decisions affect you. The whole process can be heart-wrenching from the outside. It’s always easier to see another’s mis-steps and how … Continue reading

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Hunger

No not because of the diet. Although I will say eating less takes effort …and more water and gum! Several times I’ve wandered to the pantry to see what’s there, stared blankly and realized whatever I thought I was looking … Continue reading

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Changing Hearts Through Prayer

“… a group of men who were carrying a paralytic had to take him to the roof of the house, remove some tiles, and let him down in front of Jesus. Jesus linked faith with the miracle.” -The Bible Knowledge … Continue reading

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