God’s Garden

I view my relationship with God much the way I imagine the relationship between a gardener and their beautiful garden. I say imagine, because honestly most of my life I've had a black thumb and couldn't keep a cactus alive. Recently though, I've managed to care for a bamboo plant and an aloe plant. Much …

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The End is the Beginning

My daughter had her last day of school on Tuesday, as did many children. However, for my daughter she wasn't just saying goodbye for the summer, with the promise of returning to her friends and teachers again in September. She was saying adios for good. She has been excited for our new adventure, and this …

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Nehemiah A Heart That Can Break

My church does a Women's Bible Study every Tuesday morning, and for the last seven weeks we've been studying the book of Nehemiah. LifeWay offers the study guide, Nehemiah A Heart That Can Break (Kelly Minter), and it is an amazing book full of insight and humor. At the beginning of the study we were …

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Building Character One Tooth at a Time

My son is eight months old, and is cutting teeth. Of course, like with everything my son does, he can't do it part way. He isn't interested in cutting just one tooth, but four. He is working on having eight teeth inside his once gummy little mouth. Some times, this isn't bad, but there are …

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