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Category Archives: Jesus
I know, I have been slacking. Dramatically. In the posting department. It is not that I have not thought about posting. I have. A lot. But then I felt like I might be whining. And not about anything a good … Continue reading
“Now after the Sabbath, as the first day of the week began to dawn, Mary Magdalene and the other Mary came to see the tomb. And behold, there was a great earthquake; for an angel of the Lord descended from … Continue reading
A long time ago, in a galaxy far, far away, I had a very brief stint as a Mary Kay consultant. A salesman, I am not. A cosmetics girl, I am not. But I digress. I told you this for … Continue reading
I should really be working on my Bible study right now, but I feel compelled. Compelled to share some thoughts on Christian friendships. I feel that the Lord is pressing on my heart to share these thoughts, and I pray … Continue reading
What do you see? A Christmas Tree right? May I share with you what I see? Ever since I was a little girl I have always adored our Christmas trees. There has always been an allure for me. Much like … Continue reading
for me… with my Jesus. For the longest time I have struggled with when I can have my quiet time with my Lord. I would like first thing in the morning, but I am one of those people who does … Continue reading
I would like to take this opportunity to encourage everyone who reads this to watch this movie. It will only take 33 minutes of your day…and it’s 33 minutes of your life that are going to challenge you, enhance you, … Continue reading
Have you read “Heaven is for Real” yet? No?!? Oh, you need to read this book! It is amazing. This is the description from the back of the book: “When Colton Burpo made it through an emergency apendectomy, his family … Continue reading
I own it. I’m biased on this introduction. It’s my boy. My oldest boy. He started a blog with a group of friends. It’s brand, brand new. Here’s a little background. The beginning of August our youth group went to … Continue reading