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What Does God Remember?

I have some vivid memories of our old house: making blanket forts over the dining room table and hiding underneath, playing with my mother’s costume jewelry in my parents’ bedroom when I should have been  napping, and the Christmas season when Santa visited and left a small china cup on ...

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Our Hope: A Legacy of Faithfulness

When I was a little girl, a tiny plaque sat on the headboard of my parents’ giant waterbed. It read: “A baby is God’s opinion that the world should go on.” ~ anonymous From my youngest years, I found great hope and comfort in that saying. No, it’s not a ...

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You Just Can’t Go Home Again!

We all have heard that age-old saying, “You just can’t go home again.”  But I personally beg to differ. You see, home is home, whether it is current or past, whether it belongs to us or is borrowed, whether we are young or old.  Home is not just a building. ...

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Love Is A Friend Remembered

Memories – a blessing to those who have known. Birthed through many different adventures and emotions, they spring to life through a single word, a sound, a long forgotten aroma, or an obscure, fleeting thought as it skips through our minds, instantly propelling us into a distant space in time. ...

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The Lost Art Of A Hand-Penned Note

It has probably been way too long, if I have observed society accurately, since you’ve written a letter with pen and ink.  I used to wonder about the best technique.  Then one day, very long ago, I received a letter from a friend’s mother in response to my simple thank ...

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