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Winter: A Season to Rest

Winter: A Season to Rest

Frigid temperatures and biting winds ravage the mid-West and east coast of the United States. There is no doubting what season we are in: Winter. The name ‘winter’ derives from an old Germanic word meaning “time of water” and refers to the high rain and snowfall that...

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6 Ways to Prepare for the Unexpected Test

6 Ways to Prepare for the Unexpected Test

Rachel flipped through her stack of vocabulary note cards. Tucking her legs crisscross applesauce style, she moaned, “Mom, can you email the teacher and ask what the test will be like?” “Nope.” “Please,” she begged. “Rachel, I could contact the teacher but you need to...

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Psalm 23 for Chronic Illness

Psalm 23 for Chronic Illness

Psalm 23 for Chronic Illness Hello friends, As our family prepares for another grand detour, I seek comfort in these familiar words, “He leads me in the path of righteousness for His namesake” (Psalm 23:3). Today’s blog post is straight from my journal— my heart-felt...

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The Praising Tree

The Praising Tree

“All the trees of the forest sing for joy.” (Psalm 96:12) A few weeks ago, I gazed out the window, sipping freshly brewed liquid mercy (my morning coffee). I watched as the earth yawned and stretched as it greeted the morning sunrise. Looking across to the quiet lake,...

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But as for Me, I Trust in You

But as for Me, I Trust in You

As I journey through the book of Psalms, one particular reoccurring phrase whispers hope. The phrase “But as for me” greets me along the trek and encourages me to continue. The phrase, “But as for me” recognizes I have a choice. I can choose trust or fear, sorrow or...

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One Year Later…God is Still Faithful

One Year Later…God is Still Faithful

Today is the one-year anniversary of my medical leave of absence. One year later, I have a diagnosis (Hypokalemic Periodic Paralysis), six new medications to manage symptoms, and new teammates such as physicians, counselors, and a slew of online friends with this...

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Missing Pieces or Room for Blessings?

Missing Pieces or Room for Blessings?

“I’m missing Q” stumbled out of my mouth before I realized no one was around to listen. I positioned the rediscovered Kindergarten photograph next to my son’s eight grade school picture.  The rediscovered Kindergarten photo displayed a round face, wide blue eyes, and...

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