Hope is Him…

The fact that I wrote about hope last year, on this Saturday – the in-between day – and that God is prompting the same topic on this Saturday – the in-between day – a year later shouldn’t surprise me. It’s been a difficult couple of weeks. I’ve been writing, but not really, a post about […]

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Slow it down. Breathe it in.

A curling iron cord. That’s what almost did me in the other day. Really? A cord? A silly, long, tangled, un-obliging cord. I had already used the curling iron, a couple hours earlier, and put it back away. Just as I was ready to leave, though, I noticed a piece of hair that I either […]

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Waiting and Hoping and Believing

When life doesn’t do what we expect it to do, as believers, we can only do one thing. Hope. Some people think hope is a dirty word. “I hope for _____” and “I hope I can accomplish ____” or whatever your hope might look like in your world. It is not bad to hope for […]

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Sayin “Bye Y’all” is Never Easy.

It’s March 11th today. I won’t post this writing for probably a couple of weeks. And, honestly, it’s probably going to take me a couple weeks to write it. One because it’s hard and two because it keeps changing. There are a lot of things happening and it’s going to be a little bit of […]

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Which way do I go?

It’s fair for you guys to know… my word. You know, that one… the one that begs me to find “serenity?” Well, it’s breaking me. Stretching me. Changing me. This reason is why I love doing the OneWord challenge so much. There are so many things in my world that can be wrapped up in […]

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Jesus is all we need, right?

“You don’t need another human being to make your life complete, but let’s be honest. Having your wounds kissed by someone who doesn’t see them as disasters in your soul, but fractures to put their love into is the most calming thing in this world.” ~ Emery Allen A friend shared this quote with me […]

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I surrender all…

Let’s start by saying this… I’m about as “uncheckboxed” of a Christian as one person can get. My pastor is big on not being a “checkbox Christian.” Not being that person who just goes down the list of “Christian things to do” checking off boxes on the way. He’s taught us all great lessons in […]

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