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Staying Present

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Staying Present

Anyone who knows me know that I LOVE CHRISTMAS!!

In fact, 4 people posted memes on my Facebook wall, celebrating that November means it’s time to begin the Christmas fun!

I’m one of those. . . you know, one of those people who pulls out the Christmas music and movies the day after Halloween and likes my house to be fully decorated by Thanksgiving.

 

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Now What? Election Thoughts.

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Now What? Election Thoughts.

Today has been a day filled with mixed emotions. The most unwanted, and dare I even say it, the most “hated” president in history, will move into 1600 Pennsylvania Ave. (the White House) in January. What are we supposed to do with

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Jesus Isn't On the Ballot

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Jesus Isn't On the Ballot

Lately I’ve been asking us to toss our political affiliations out the window!

Even if you’ve been a loyal Democrat your whole life, or dedicated to the Republican cause since you were able to vote, forget about it! Our political preferences are just not that important! …and Independent-Green-Tea isn’t the answer either!

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Ground Zero

In just a few weeks, we will remember and reflect on the events of 15 years ago that changed the lives of so many people.

Where were you on September 11, 2001?

 

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Reconciliation… A Matter that Matters

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Reconciliation… A Matter that Matters

Lately, it’s been a season of firsts for my family, specifically, as it relates to my eldest daughter...  Just this last week, she was sitting at the kitchen table with her mom – one generation with another, passing on a very valuable life skill, reconciliation...

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Politics Isn't the Problem...

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Politics Isn't the Problem...

I woke up today begging and desperate for numerous answers that seem to be evading me… and apparently everyone else around me as well. I know the answers aren’t going to be found in democracy, socialism, gun control, or acknowledging that black or blue lives matter.

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The Struggle is Real...

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The Struggle is Real...

A couple weeks, while driving home from the church office, I heard the news of the shooting in San Bernardino. At the time, the reports were saying there were potential casualties but they did not know much other than the location of the shooting. As reports started pouring in confirming multiple casualties, my concern grew.

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