Monthly Archives: October 2008

Does your marriage need a FLU shot?

We are entering into the start of the flu season.  People are flocking every where to get their yearly flu shot.  Being in the ministry we shake a lot of hands and are exposed to a lot of germs.  We try every year to get a flu shot so that we don’t get the dreaded flu.   […]

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What Does Women’s Ministry Look Like?

How your Women’s Ministry looks will depend on the size of your church, its population, the way it is organized, and the involvement of the women of your church. Your Women’s Ministry may co-exist with WMU, or Women’s Ministry/WMU may be the umbrella under which the other functions.  Hopefully, the two organizations will work in […]

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Hello ladies!  It is my pleasure to welcome you back to the Kentucky Baptist Convention’s Women’s Ministry blog.  Crosseyedliving.com has been up for weeks, and it has been a challenge and a blessing.  I am especially thankful for my regular bloggers, Donna and Aundie, who lend their support each week as they share their thoughts […]

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Call and Response!

 I read a story of a father and son’s remarkable survival after a rip current pulled them out to sea for hours.  The autistic son’s understanding and verbal responses were limited.  So, the father used the only thing that his son could understand in order to know where his son was in the dark.  He used Disney lines as a […]

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I wish I could reach through the phone.

As I close my day today (Wed.) I take a long deep breath and thank the Lord for the blessings He has given me.  You see today was a very stressful day in my family and thousands of others.  My two oldest children attend Western Kentucky University in Bowling Green, KY.  Some of you might […]

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Recharge Your Quiet Time! A few days ago, I walked into my apartment and decided that a change was needed.  So, I began studying the room to see how I could rearrange the main room, creating something new! The major change was in placing the dining room table and chairs in an unsuspecting place:  in […]

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Don’t Overlook the Small Stuff

On this past Friday evening, my daughters, son-in-law, and granddaughters had dinner at my house.  After eating, we were sitting around the table when one of my granddaughters walked in with an old wallet.  Her mom immediately said, “That’s my old wallet!  Where did it come from?”  After close examination of the billfold, she also declared that she even remembered where […]

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Make the Most of Every Opportunity It’s already close to the middle of October, and if you are like me, you are wondering “where did the time go?” Christmas decorations are already on display! (OMG!!!!) The next time we “blink,” it will be another new year, and again, we will make another set of resolutions:  “This year, I will […]

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Single to Single

As I type this entry, my head is pounding and swimming.  Somehow, I caught the flu or something extremely close to its family.  Nevertheless, I type. I’ve been lying in the bed since Thursday afternoon, pretty much feeling sorry for myself.  I’m hundreds of miles from home, my mother can’t come take care of me, […]

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Reporting for duty!

My husband was in the Coast Guard for four years.  During that time I learned a lot about the military.  When ever he had to go to the base he was “reporting for duty”.  When he got there he would have to check in with his commanding officer.  My youngest son is a junior fireman for […]

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