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Don’t Shrink Back

I’ll admit it. I’ve been allowing fear to slow me down. I’ve written a book that is practically complete, but the closer it gets to done, the slower I move. I am not like the do-it-yourselfer who is so exhausted that she collapses in a heap before the last row of flooring is snapped in […]

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We Are Dust

Walking barefoot on the hard crust of our backyard, dusty dirt coated my two bare feet. All along the fence were crevices in the earth – dry cracks two inches wide and two feet deep. The ground is thirsty. Have you ever been thirsty or dusty? Just as a father has compassion on his children, so the Lord has compassion […]

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ShineXV Women’s Conference Recap

This conference has been an important part of my life. Shine 2004 was the catalyst for major change. It woke me up out of my sleep-walking existence and planted courage in my heart. I know I’m not the only one. The other day I heard someone say they count the years of their life by Shines. […]

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The Anger Scared Me

  Disney/Pixar’s Inside Out brought emotions to life  – Joy, Sadness, Disgust, Fear and pictured above, Anger. This little movie  provided a wonderful reference for the jumble of emotions we faced  this summer as we took our oldest son to college. Sadness and Joy have played tug-o-war in my mind nearly every day of this […]

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Losing Limbs and Finding Joy

Motherhood is a lifelong process of letting go. Tonight, my oldest is at his Senior prom, I may or may not have cried in the shower. Letting go is hard but it is a choice we make. In this Momologue (yes, I made that word up) I share my current musings on motherhood and letting […]

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