Monthly Archives: January 2014

Today

Have you ever been guilty of thinking that if life is full of pressure and frustration then you must be doing something wrong? We live in a “don’t rock the boat” culture. The idea that if you’ll just “do these … Continue reading

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Forbidden Fruit

I was tucking one of my daughters into bed the other night. I kissed her pretty face and told her that I loved her. It was a sweet moment until she said some all too familiar words, at least as … Continue reading

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Worn

I’m tired; I’m worn. My heart is heavy. I recently sat on the lawn of a nearby ministry, who reaches out to children with hurts and abuses, and listened as these words were sung. It spoke deep into my heart. … Continue reading

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Some days, when I’m awfully low

Have you felt the “January blues”? I told myself last year, that I’d go to an island “next year” for the month of January. But alas, here I am, feeling blue and very much not on an island. I’ve noticed … Continue reading

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