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Four Movements To Be Yourself and Be At Rest

By On August 13, 2015

I stood there. The door had slammed in front of me. It didn’t matter what I said or what I did. What mattered was that she was mad. I would have to… Read More

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Fill That Glass Half Full — The Golden Rules of Fearless Living

By On March 18, 2010

“The choices are never easy. We can nurse wounds of having been cheated in life, or we can be grateful and joyful, even though there seems to be little reason for it.… Read More

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The Golden Rules Of Rejection (Faith Barista Jam)

By On March 12, 2010

It was the last year of junior high.  The clock was ticking down before the boy with sandy brown hair and big brown eyes would be off to a different high school… Read More

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What Does Your Name Mean? A Name Between Two Lovers

By On February 11, 2010

One word frees us of all the weight and pain of life; that word is love. ~ Sophocles, Greek Tragedian What’s the big deal about a name? Everyone has one, right? When… Read More

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God’s Love is Perfected In De-Perfection

By On September 24, 2009

When we’re tempted to withdraw with imperfection, God’s perfect love brings us back. When I was younger, I considered myself to be a flexible, happy-go-lucky type of spirit. If there was a… Read More

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Your Best Days Are Ahead of You

By On September 21, 2009

When we’re tempted to look back and think our best days are behind us, God knows better. Every once in a while, I like to clean out my closets and drawers.  Like… Read More

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Because some days you need a double shot of faith