Monthly Archives: May 2010

In His hands.

I was driving to work the other day listening to a contemporary Christian station, which in itself is new for me.  I am a Southern Gospel kind of gal, but my husband and children love the new music so I am trying to adapt.  A  song was playing that talked about how no matter what […]

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Super Saturday—Women’s Ministry Track

Need to know how to start a women’s ministry in your church?  Do you want leadership training specifically with women in mind? Then mark you calendar for Super Saturday–Ashland and Bowling Green, KY! How to begin a women’s ministry will be led during the a.m., on Saturday, September 18, at  First Baptist Russell in Ashland and Lone […]

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Super Saturday—Women’s Ministry Track

Need to know how to start a women’s ministry in your church?  Do you want leadership training specifically with women in mind? Then mark you calendar for Super Saturday–Williamsburg and Paducah, KY! How to begin a women’s ministry will be led during the a.m., on Saturday, September 11, at the University of the Cumberlands in […]

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Super Saturday—Women’s Ministry Track

Need to know how to start a women’s ministry in your church?  Do you want leadership training specifically with women in mind? Then mark you calendar for Super Saturday–Louisville! How to begin a women’s ministry will be led during the a.m., on Saturday, August 28, at the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. This training curriculum is […]

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Super Saturday–Women’s Ministry Track

Need to know how to start a women’s ministry in your church?  Do you want leadership training specifically with women in mind? Then mark you calendar for Super Saturday–Lexington! How to begin a women’s ministry will be led during the a.m., on Saturday, August 21, at Immanual Baptist Church. This training is taken from the […]

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Sisters of Our Next Generation

 Isabella Trevino is 10 years old.  I have only met her a few times, but I feel as if I know her well through the words of her proud grandma, Peggy, at the Kentucky Baptist Convention. Last week, I had the privilege of reading Isabella’s poem, Nature.  Her depth of understanding and communication moved me […]

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How is your vision?

I was listening to a song on the way to work today and it talked about how our eye is so small, but yet we see so much from it.  I started thinking about that concept.  Two of  the smallest organs in the body, but yet they show us so much about our world…and ourselves […]

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Wet Mop

When I was a young child I spent many days with my grandparents, Papa and Mother (she was only in her thirties when I was born and felt much too young to be called Grandmother). Their house was right next door to a small country store. One morning, Mother sent me to the store to […]

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Encounter Jesus Christ

Following a good rain, the atmosphere seems different, doesn’t it? The ground is still wet…raindrops linger on the trees…there is a sense of cleansing and newness ushered in for the earth. Does making choices, feeling disappointment or incurring loss overwhelm you? Maybe your heart is emotionally drained…in need of direction and peace. Perhaps you need […]

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Blessings of Motherhood

Thirty years ago I began a new journey – I became a mother.  I was blessed with not one child with my first pregnancy, but with two perfect daughters.  Back in 1980, ultrasounds were just beginning to be used and since safety tests were inconclusive, my doctor was conservative in his use of them so I was unaware […]

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