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For Supportive Friends

15th November 2013 | 0 Comments

For this Find-Out-Friday I wanted to help you find a way to thank your supportive friends. I share with you a compassionate and informative letter from  a book written by Dr. Dan B Allender  The Wounded Heart, Hope for Adult Victims of Childhood Sexual Abuse, is the first Christian book I have read on the subject. So far […]


Volunteering to Relieve Suffering

11th November 2013 | 0 Comments

suf·fer v. suf·fered, suf·fer·ing, suf·fers v.intr. 1. To feel pain or distress; sustain loss, injury, harm, or punishment. 2. To tolerate or endure evil, injury, pain, or death.3.  To allow, especially by reason of indifference. Each day we must decide which side we are on. Do we come to the aide of the suffering, or do we walk […]


To Speak Freely Brings Healing

8th November 2013 | 0 Comments

Anne Jackson didn’t set out to write Permission to Speak Freely when see posted a simple question on her blog, annemariemiller.com. “What is one thing you feel you can’t say in the church?” The question spread like wildfire around the world through Christian and non-Christian sites alike. It is a topic that has bothered me […]


Motivational Monday

4th November 2013 | 0 Comments

I have decided to change the format of my blog so it is more organized and my readers will know what to expect on certain days. I also hope that with this format you will receive information that is more valuable to you for your personal journey. The plan is as follows: Motivational  Mondays: encouraging quotes […]


Considering Ducks

4th October 2013 | 0 Comments

I could see the rain splashing across the lake. The safest place to stay dry was under the patio cover. From that vantage point, I noticed the ducks sitting on the lake did not flinch when raindrops hit them. I pondered this relaxing scene for a while. I have come to enjoy searching for modern day parables, ordinary life stories that connect me to God’s teachings […]


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