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Beauty in God’s Eyes

My great-grandmother was beautiful. Her given name was Margaret Mary, but she was known as  “Pretty Marie” from the time she was a girl. Her curly hair was raven-colored, piled high on her head, her eyes large and deep brown in color. She had very defined lips, curved in a ...

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We Can Be the Change?

Oh boy! Have you watched the news lately? There are so many problems going on in this world. Poverty, hunger, sickness, crime, wars and rumors–too many things to mention it seems. Whether at the personal, local, national or international level, many trials and tribulations exist and threaten to poison our ...

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On Marriage, In Sickness and In Health

In June, I will celebrate my second anniversary with my wonderful, loving, devoted husband.  In two short years of marriage, large trials have loomed before us, and it is by the grace of God that we have weathered them all. At the start of 2016, we welcomed our beautiful daughter to ...

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How To Keep Your Gift-Budget in Tact

Oh how I enjoy giving gifts at Christmas.  I revel in seeing the surprise and delight on the faces of each recipient especially if the gift is needed and unexpected.  I find it thrilling!  But, with that said, I can get carried away and cross my budget boundaries throwing the ...

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What is the Responsible Love Christ Requires?

I look at the refugee crisis going on in the Western World and the response from Christians has me asking the question: Are we children of God or are we “free love flower children”? Have we become so drunk on the idea of doing good works so that we do ...

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