Tag Archives: God

The Balcony

I had a vision the other day. Is it okay to say that? I know it sounds weird and maybe some of you are like me and you came from a background where people might have abused that word and now … Continue reading

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Mama Bear Prayers

My pastor last Sunday gave an excellent sermon on the parable of the Persistent Widow (check it out, here) which goes like this:  “In a certain town there was a judge who neither feared God nor cared what people thought. … Continue reading

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Lost and Found … and Lost Again.

It all started with a wedding ring. Twelve years ago my husband and my newborn baby went on vacation with family in California. We were privileged enough to be able to stay with them at a beautiful lake side cabin somewhere … Continue reading

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Dreams, Wheat and Tares

Last weekend I had the privilege of attending The Worldview Apologetics Conference and two of the guest speakers were Dr. Norm Geisler and Ravi Zacharias. I thought to myself, Norm is getting pretty old now, and this might be an … Continue reading

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Seeking the Presence of God: Hindmilk

I’ve been asked recently to talk about the way I approach prayer.  Not the philosophy or theology behind it, but just the mechanics.  How do you pray? It was a surprisingly refreshing and yet difficult question to try to answer. … Continue reading

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Ripping Through the Roof

Ripping Through the Roof Last Sunday, my pastor was able to solidify something that had been slowly bubbling up from the shallow sludge of my mind for the past couple of weeks. He taught on Luke 5:17-26 – Jesus Heals … Continue reading

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Waking up love

 According to Websters Dictionary: To be in love: A deep, tender, ineffable feeling of affection and solicitude toward a person, such as that arising from kinship, recognition of attractive qualities, or a sense of underlying oneness. I had a strange experience … Continue reading

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