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Pastor Appreciation: Let’s flourish together!

Last year around this time, I wrote a blog called “5 Things you should know about your Pastor”. It was by far the most widely read blog of the year, making it to countries all around the world. I was … Continue reading

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What’s that smell?

“A woman who doesn’t wear perfume has no future.” ~Coco Chanel Agree? This statement may not surprise you coming from Coco Chanel, a 20th century fashionista who made headlines for being ahead of her time. I’m not sure that I … Continue reading

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T.K.O.

As a child, did you ever hear the words “You can achieve any goal if you set your mind to it”?  I did. I had really great parents who have been my cheerleaders my entire life. Children who hear these … Continue reading

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Lessons from a deck of cards

I love to travel! Or should I say that I have loved to travel. We have four kiddos now and “traveling” looks like a trip to the beach wearing lots of sunscreen and building sand castles with them. It’s glorious … Continue reading

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White flag

So often when you have young children, there is this “I haven’t done enough” mentality that forces its way into all the little crevices of your brain. You know that you’ve done laundry, made a few beds and fed your … Continue reading

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Small Stuff: Day 3

It was a time of serious political unrest. King Ahab was the evil king of Israel at the time and took part in detestable “religious” activity, instead of worshiping God. God’s anger burned against the King and his wife Jezebel. … Continue reading

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The Cheating Wife

On the day she was born, she was left to die in a field. She was still covered in blood from her birth and her umbilical cord wasn’t cut. As he passed by, he noticed her. He was moved to … Continue reading

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Missing Women

When you think of strong women of the faith, who do you think of? Is it a woman in your church who models Biblical womanhood or perhaps your own Mother? Has she shown you what it looks like to live … Continue reading

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Tired in Ministry

Yesterday’s blog, “Tired” focused on how the Lord desires to restore our soul when we are just plain worn out. Well, what about if you are in some sort of ministry? What if you are the beat down, worn out … Continue reading

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