Monthly Archives: July 2015

The Hidden Greatness of Gratitude

I was out the other day running errands and enjoying the fun of people watching and noticed an interesting scene. It went something like this. A young cheerful mom was handing her son an ice cream cone, “Here you go … Continue reading

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The Power of Pause

A pause is a rest from a work, a break from an activity, a hiatus from a routine, a recess from labor, a breather from exercise, a gap from a constant flow. At first it sounds like a pause might … Continue reading

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The Value of Being Honest with God

I was talking with an older couple that had been happily married for many years, asking them their secret to long and fulfilling marriage and they shared with me this story. As they were dating, then courting, then engaged they … Continue reading

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The Relational Side of Asking

I love little kids! I always have. One area I enjoy is the way they ask questions. Oh my, can they ask questions!! Why is the sky blue? Who made God? Do worms yawn? Why are people mean? Why am … Continue reading

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Step into Awe

This past week our Life Group (church Bible study small group) was discussing Psalm 96 (to read the whole Psalm click here) as we talked about being in awe of God. We started our conversation sharing stories of times we … Continue reading

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