Author Archives: revmonica

About revmonica

I'm the Director of Growth Ministries at Williamsons Chapel United Methodist Church and the proud wife of Steve and mommy to Morgan and Gavin.

New Location for a While

I’ve been super slack posting here. Things in life and ministry have been busy, and in a good way :). As mentioned in a previous post, there is a brand spankin’ new marriage ministry at my church that I have … Continue reading

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Hurry Up!

I can’t believe I’m about to type this . . . or that this is even my reality . . . but my daughter will be taking drivers ed this summer . I know, I know. I’m simply not old … Continue reading

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Try Harder

One of the neat parts of leading a marriage ministry in my church is having access to several cool blogs and marriage tidbits from the “experts” in the field. I’ve enjoyed reading their posts and this particular one really hit … Continue reading

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Unhealthy Comparisons

My delay in posting was due to a good thing. A really good thing, actually. My husband and I spent a week in Las Vegas and renewed our vows while there. It was wonderful! As with any trip such as … Continue reading

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Healing

My mother-in-law has been diagnosed with a cancer that will continuously pop up in her body. Therefore, she will undergo chemo treatments for the rest of her life (she is in her mid-fifties). This saddens me so much, and yet … Continue reading

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You Already Have the Tool

I can always tell when my kids are not looking forward to doing something. They start out normal. Then I remind them that we have to go here or there, or they need to get dressed and ready to do … Continue reading

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Actions Reflect Attitude

Last night’s Ash Wednesday service was wonderful. The message left me feeling ready for this 40-day journey of reflection and action through prayer, helping others, and sacrificial giving. It also led me to consider my attitude further and how a … Continue reading

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