Monthly Archives: May 2013

Remembering when…a mother’s heart

While raising a child, we may think there will come a time that we will no longer feel the overwhelming protectiveness and sense of responsibility to them, but that belief exists from lack of experience. We learn as our children … Continue reading

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Working on the lakehouse…working on me

Many months ago I wrote about an old house on the lake that Erick and I happened upon during our search for a possible place to buy. We were both drawn to this one special old place in spite of … Continue reading

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Facing my own giants…

Since I was young and small, I have encountered individuals so unlike myself in nature and attitude that it left me, and still does, with an unease and apathy that is burdensome. Sadness is what lingers when I look to … Continue reading

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What’s missing?

I often wonder about the heart and mind of the Lord and how He must feel when He beholds the world He created, all the people given life by His breath first breathed into Adam and since into each one … Continue reading

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The power of choice…

Studying the works of Victor Frankl again this year, I was reminded of why I was so drawn to his teachings many years ago. After having been stripped of rights, freedoms, and priveledges and placed in a concentration camp during … Continue reading

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Tension, The Current World Climate

As I continue to read and listen to the ongoing discussions concerning moral, spiritual, and religious matters, I can’t help but recognize how followers of Christ are being equalled with groups who oppose everything Christ said and did. When I … Continue reading

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