Monthly Archives: March 2015

Love In Any Language

Love in any language, straight from the heart Pulls us all together, never apart And once we learn to speak it, all the world will hear Love in any language, fluently spoken here     Last week, a portion of the lyrics to the song “Love in Any Language” by Sandi Patty echoed inside my […]

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I Will Give You Rest

  Spring is here!!!  I love spring!  Everything is fresh and new.  The smells of spring are my favorites – grass, flowers, clean air – especially when I can finally open the windows and let that fresh air in. Spring also makes me full of energy, although I am 98.5% full of energy the rest […]

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March Madness

This is one of my favorite times of the year. March Madness! For so many reasons, I enjoy the competitive hoopla that ensues during tournament season. My love for sports has been evident in several previous posts, but the game of basketball excites me more than them all. Basketball, like life, is fast but thrilling, […]

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He Is Faithful–Again

“Let us hold unswervingly to the hope we profess, for He who promised is faithful.”–Hebrews 10:23 I have written several times on how God is faithful. Somehow, I don’t always live like that. Knowing a truth and even seeing it in Scripture should affirm what I believe, but when life throws us curveballs, sometimes we […]

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Discipline

On Monday, my boyfriend Nick and I were in a car wreck on the way home from our favorite coffee shop. I was driving, waiting in a turning lane going left. My light turned green and man ran a red light and hit me. It was nothing major and thankfully no one was hurt, but […]

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The Need for Discussion

Sometimes it is the elephant in the room. There are many well-meaning individuals, including myself, who often stumble through the issue of racism. I have two bi-racial nieces. Over the past decade, I have seen what racism can do to innocent, precious children and to families in the South. I would have never considered myself […]

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Then They Shall Know

I have been strategically going through the book of Ezekiel – it seems like I have been in this book forever.  As I read, I stop when the Lord speaks to me.  That’s probably why it’s taking so long – He is speaking – a lot. In the last several chapters, God has been showing […]

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Missing What’s Right in Front of You

Do you think it is possible to have the answer to a problem in plain view and still not realize what it is? My poor husband, bless his heart, went to a 1-day conference in Lexington last week to hear Andy Stanley and Craig Groeschel speak. He was so eager to be fed spiritually he […]

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Unleashed to Pray and Fast–tenth month….by Nicole Coomer

Month Ten: Pray for Purity Only the Lord can enable the tomorrow’s generation we have committed to fast and pray for to abstain from sexual immorality.  Only the Lord can empower them to live a victorious life of personal purity.  Only the Lord can give her or him the power to flee and run when […]

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