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Broken. Abused. Used. Where do I begin... After my last blog (view here) women have reached out to me. They've told me pieces of their stories and poured out their hearts. It wasn't something I expected, but I am thankful for their honesty. I'm thankful for their trust, and I hope I can continue to [...]
Turn on the news and it will be undeniable that evil exists. Talk to people and hear their stories. We've mostly all been touched by some form of evil; at least have seen evil in the lives of those close to us. Some evil is unspeakable. We don't know exactly how to cope with some [...]
They say "beauty is in the eye of the beholder," but I would like to challenge this statement and say that true beauty is actually very universal. It is universal in that most all people can see or recognize beauty that springs from the inside out. I've often marveled at the sight of a child [...]
Of course when you post a blog about something such as Faith God is going to test what you wrote right? Well that is the way it seems to happen to me. This blog post is just my thoughts as I work through them. Dad is in surgery right now. The day after I wrote [...]
Josh -the husband- and I are having a wee debate with our sixth grade Sunday School class that I wanted to share. It's been going on a few weeks now so it's about time I get my argument out. I've been listening and bantering back and forth with the kids, but it's high time I [...]
"I and My Father Are One." So this is quite the claim right? Who can literally say they and their father are one. In Greek the word for "one" -in this verse- is "heis" from the root word "hen," which is translated as literally meaning "one." But it is one in essence, not one in [...]
'Tis the season when self professed Christians all over America fight about "Keeping Christ in Christmas" while setting up their Christmas trees, stringing up their lights, setting out the elf, and telling their kids fantasy stories about Santa Claus. I'm in love with Christmas just like anyone else, but possibly simply because of the trees, [...]