Monthly Archives: July 2012

I hope it’s worth it

I have prayed for God to give me a heart like this, Back to Life Ministries. You can hear the overflowing love she has for her Haitian family in every single sentence. She is the love of Christ personified. I … Continue reading

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What is saving my life right now …

A friend. One I don’t know well and don’t spend a lot of time with but every time I see him, he blesses me. Every. single. time. He swept in the other day and dropped a few words that reached … Continue reading

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I love women pastors covered in tattoos – they are my favorite.

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Jesus replied, “The great commandment is this… to love God with all your heart, soul, mind, and strength, and the second command is like it, to love your neighbor as you love yourself.”

Cailey is having difficulties with the other little girls her age in the neighborhood. Part of me dismisses it as the age (11-year-old girls never get along, do they?) but I also recognize a certain character trait at play. One … Continue reading

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The Struggle

I was listening to AirOne today and Tenth Avenue North was promoting their new album, The Struggle. One of the members was talking about the meaning behind the title and basically said everything isn’t all-of-a-sudden perfect when you believe in … Continue reading

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I don’t want to be the one.

Chris and I are getting our passports for our trip to the Philippines today. I wasn’t going to tell anyone. I would prefer no one know I am the crazy loon planning a ten-day missions trip to the Philippines two … Continue reading

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My Worst Case

I wish I had been able to write through what happened with Cailey while it was happening. I started to many times but the words would not come and I decided not to force them. Now, almost three months later … Continue reading

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