Monthly Archives: March 2011

>The Day My Daddy Cried

> When I was thirteen I happened to have a boyfriend who was twenty-three. I say ‘happened’ because I really don’t know how it came about, not even remembering liking him that much. He was just there and one of … Continue reading

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>Alone in the Church

> Since teaching a lesson on compassion for my ladies bible study this past week, the subject has been weighing heavy on my heart. The area bothering me is not compassion for the lost, the sick or the poor, but … Continue reading

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>I Feel Beautiful?

> I used to feel beautiful. Being athletic, it was easy to stay in shape even though struggling with weight has always been a issue. I remember my first diet in forth grade. My sister and I would arrive from … Continue reading

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>Sex and Motherhood, My Mom and Heaven

> I used to think my mom was a bit crazy and I didn’t quite ‘get’ her. She continually verbalized her hope that Jesus would come soon so she could go to heaven. I would think, “I don’t want Jesus … Continue reading

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>Read The Bible In A Year?

> There are so many people who aim to ‘read the bible in a year’. There was even a status update recently on my facebook wall where someone claimed to be on his seventeenth year of completing this task. I … Continue reading

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>My Attempts To Declutter

> How is it that so many find joy in decluttering? For some time now it has been on my heart to let go of the many things I own and enjoy the freedom that accompanies owning less. I’ve read … Continue reading

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>Stopping in the Fast Lane

> This morning I was driving to church to attend my weekly bible study. I love praying aloud in the car. It is the only place I am always alone and no one but God can hear me. There are … Continue reading

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