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Monthly Archives: July 2020

Facing Difficult Decisions During Difficult Times

Today I am writing to you as a sister in Christ, a wife, a mother, a daughter and Children’s Minister. Each of these roles takes on new and difficult decisions that must be faced because of our current world. As a perfectionist I struggle with this question more often than not these days, “What is...

The Church Online

At the beginning of the current pandemic, when it seemed that our best option was to do a full shutdown and shelter in place, we realized a positive side - the church is not the building, it is the people. I remember writing about how church isn’t canceled, because you can’t cancel a people, and this...

A Quiet Epidemic

Today I would like to talk about a problem that could be classified as an epidemic. It has plagued individuals, households, families, churches, and is present in every institution. It is subtle and it is dangerous, and it is likened to a disease. This sickness has disguised itself in virtues such as: love, sacrifice, and generosity. What is...

The Balancing Act

Who among us doesn’t spend their lives juggling? We juggle Family, Friends, Faith, Fitness, Fun, Finances, and endless responsibilities. It’s called Life. The young Jesus of Nazareth “kept increasing” in STATURE (physical wellbeing) KNOWLEDGE (intellectual prowess) FAVOR WITH GOD (spiritual health) and FAVOR WITH MAN (social life) according to Luke 2:52. Paul’s final words of his second...