Category Archives: Forgiveness

Share with those in need

In Italy, there’s shelves stocked with toilet paper, hand sanitizer, dish soap, baby wipes, meat, chicken, potatoes, and bottled water. With the second-highest reported death toll and number of confirmed cases, why aren’t they robbing their neighbors of every day supplies? Because they value community and take care of one another. Frankly, I’m a little […]


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Father, Heal Our Land

Yesterday, I stress-ate. I online shopped. I bleached toilets. I scrolled Facebook, and the anxiety crawled up inside me like ants. But today’s a new day, and I know where to go for the Source of wisdom and knowledge, understanding, and peace. Googling “scriptures on prayer and healing,” I land in Jeremiah Chapters 30, 33, […]


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The Spirit of Christmas Lives On (how to keep your candles burning for the New Year)

This Christmas post from last year rings even truer this year.  As we rest, reflect, and renew our focus on the year ahead, enjoy a quiet read… “Christmas is over, baby,” I said nonchalantly as I buckled  little Sam into his car seat, his legs dangling long.  “It’s time to go back to school.”  “Christmas […]


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Beautiful Truth #1: You are God’s Beloved (how to hold onto your crown when it falls off)

There must be a formula for being a great child of God, for wearing the crown well, for reflecting His goodness near and far. I just don’t know it yet. But this I do know: “How great is the love the Father has lavished on us, that we shall be called children of God, and that […]


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Pray for Orlando (there’s no fear in love)

When I read the review on 21Myths that said it was naive to think that loving gay people was enough, I thought to myself, but love never fails.  The review said that people get very angry when you tell them they disagree with their lifestyle. I thought, since when did Jesus tell people he disagreed with […]


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