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The Burden of Grief

My pastor shared an analogy with me about grief – I have probably shared this before.  It is powerful and so very true: Grief is like a heavy vest.  When you grieve, the heavy vest is put upon you.  You … Continue reading

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Quick to Judge

I remember my first several years in ministry – I was young, single, no kids, and VERY judgmental.  I can recall, vividly, those times I would get so frustrated that moms wouldn’t sign their families up for every event I … Continue reading

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The Big Plan

I’m leading an online Bible study on Paul’s letter to the Philippians.  In this study, I’ve been diving into some good ole Methodist theology in regards to works righteousness, our response to our faith, etc.  I simply adore Paul’s writings … Continue reading

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My New Normal

Hello friends.  I have been MIA for over a month now.  In a nutshell, my husband and I are separated.  It’s been a LONG month for me.  I haven’t wanted to blog because all I’d probably blog about would be … Continue reading

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