From the Archives

I posted this poem  God gave me about a year ago,  but since my readership has grown and it’s had a year to fade from your memories, I thought I’d bring it up again.

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Blog Spotlight: Hope for the Animals

Today, I’d like to take a moment and highlight my youngest sister’s blog, Hope for the Animals.  She tirelessly researches and posts her findings about animal care, and has a passion for God’s creation that is unrivaled.

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October Update

It’s been about a month since I gave you all a life update, so I’m doing another one.  I know that in my update at the beginning of September, I said that August had been a wild month, but September was even more insane *in a good way*.

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Guest Post: MaryLu Tyndall

Today on the blog, I am so excited to be hosting one of my favorite authors! I fell in love with MaryLu Tyndall’s writings around 6 years ago when I found her pirate series.  She writes wonderful historical romances that have strong inspirational themes of faith.  If you love Pirates of the Caribbean, you’ll love her books! Today, she is talking about how her faith influences her creativity.

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A Look Backwards and Forwards

A lot has happened in this past month! On Monday I updated you all on the spiritual and emotional side of that, but today I wanted to highlight some cool accomplishments and hopes for the future.

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We Interrupt Your Regularly Scheduled Sermon Notes…

…to tell you that I’m currently out of town with spotty internet connection and a glitchy keyboard, so I am unable to watch church and upload my notes today. I will post them by the end of the week. Thank you for your understanding and patience! Meanwhile, you can check out last week’s notes here.

Xo,

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Not Going Back

In Sunday school the other weekend, my class and I were talking about the advances in technology over the past 100 years: about how people used to ride in horses and buggies, then cars and airplanes and space shuttles.   Continue reading “Not Going Back”