Mom

Mom.  A name that means so many different things to so many different people.  For some, it invokes feelings of nostalgia, for some, resentment, for others, gratitude, but mostly, I think, a healthy respect. Moms do a lot.  From morning sickness to childbirth, their strengths are tested and their limits pushed physically and emotionally before […]

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Thank you, Billy Graham

Billy Graham passed away yesterday and so instead of a “normal” blog post of a review or devotional, I just wanted to take a moment to honor him. I want to say thank you, Billy Graham, for all the work you did to expand the kingdom of God and bring it to earth. Because of […]

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Keep On Keepin’ On: A Letter to a Sister in Christ

I saw the pain in your eyes that day.  You ask me now what that looked like, but there is no one word to describe it.  Fear? Defeat? Agony? Weariness? Hopelessness? Evidence of your pain leaked only from the windows to your soul; every other entrance had been shut down and sealed off.  You were […]

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Full Circle: A Letter to My Mentor

Thank you. Those two simple words could never adequately reflect the depths of my gratitude to you.  I doubt anything ever could. I wanted to take a moment and let you know that I would not be the same person if you had not come into my life.  I wonder if I would be here […]

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To The Boy That Loved Me Since He First Laid Eyes on Me

*The following post is the first in an upcoming series of posts about letting people go out of your life.  I’ve noticed that sometimes people are in your life just for a season, and you have to let them go gracefully or feel rejected.  I am in the process of learning how to let go, and […]

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