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Content in God’s Arms

My great grandmother, Mary Jane, came to America from the southern shore of England when she was a young woman. Of all the little ways of English life she continued to cherish here in America, tea time was a favorite. Throughout her 80 years, she always made time in the ...

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Be Content, My Soul

When my grandchildren ask me what I did when I was young, I find my answers to be simplistic. In an age of electronic games, multiple sports teams, and personal phones that often isolate us from real human contact, telling my little people about roller skating with old metal skates, ...

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Sign Me Up For That!

One day, a Jewish man, named Saul, was walking with purpose on his way to Damascus.  His only mission, to destroy the followers of Jesus Christ.  “Then Saul, still breathing threats and murder against the disciples of the Lord, went to the high priest and asked letters from him to ...

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Benefits to Becoming More Thankful

Feeling down? Want a technique to immediately lift your mood? Think about something that you are thankful for! Repeating this daily can permanently change and lift your mood. This will also have the potential to effect those closest to you. You have the potential to rewire your brain by continual ...

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The Graciousness of Pets

Every time I turn on the news, it seems like there’s so much unrest in America.  People are always wanting something better, or at least things their way.  Sometimes less is more and more is less depending on our perspective and how we want to approach life.  Just as the ...

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