Monthly Archives: August 2009

Bear Your Teeth

  A few weeks ago, a friend told me that her daughter’s family  furry friend, “Bebo,” died.  Having my own furry family friend, my heart went out to them—especially the kids.  Well, much to my delight, this same friend updated me on the latest adoption of a Chihuahua.  As she described the dog to me, I […]

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The Right Ingredients!

 One of my favorite restaurants is Mitchell’s Fish Market (MFM).  It reminds me of the restaurants my sister and I frequent when I visit her and the family in Maryland.  So naturally, when I received a text from a friend to do lunch Sunday, I suggested MFM.    As we sat in the booth giggling like school girls […]

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Block Party–hosted by Morning Star Baptist Church’s Women’s Ministry

Morning Star Baptist Church’s Women’s Ministry is hosting an Evangelistic Block Party on September 12, 2009 at their church, which is located at 1106 S. Wilson Road, Radcliff, KY.  This event begins at 9 a.m. with a community-wide prayer breakfast and ends at 3 p.m.  For more information, contact Rev. Linda Fields at 270-351-1161 (church’s number).

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Ladies Bible Study/Clear Fork Baptist Church

A Precept Ministries Ladies 12-week Bible Study will begin on August 20 at Clear Fork Baptist Church (about 10 miles south of Bowling Green).  For more information, contact Dianna Young at 270-843-1060.

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Changing Teams

 Earlier this week, I received a phone call from my sister informing me that Roger Jr. (her son) was changing football teams.  After playing for the team last year and starting the season with them this year, Roger Sr. (father) decided that he should consider playing for another team.  The coaches were disappointed and tried to […]

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Super Saturday!

Super Saturday is just around the corner.  The theme is “Making Vital Connections.” Each year, several workshops are planned with “you” in mind.  From women’s ministry to youth ministry to single adult ministry to children’s ministry there is something for you! From women’s  leaders to men’s leaders to Sunday School leaders to the leader in you yet to be […]

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Learning from the hurt

I found myself several months ago trying to comfort a woman whose brother had committed suicide.  It was really hard for her to understand and go through the pain AND anger.  In the course of speaking with her I told her that sometimes we go through things in life so that we may be able […]

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Lighter by Design

 Daysbefore my vacation,  my luggage for the last 10 years finally succumbed to hundreds of zips and unzips, numerous stuffings beyond its designed boundaries, and yes, air plane loading and unloading.  (Have you ever watched how your luggage is “tossed” into the plane’s storage compartment?!) A short while later, I was the proud owner of a three-piece, Samsonite […]

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School already?

I can’t believe that school is starting next week!!  It seems like every year it comes earlier and earlier!  This year my oldest two will be back at college.  The youngest two will be starting new adventures.  Taylor starts his first year of high school and Hannah will start her first year of middle school.  I […]

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