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Moms, you are valuable to Jesus

“Mary … sat at the Lord’s feet listening to what he said. But Martha was distracted by all the preparations. … ‘Martha, Martha,’ the…

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Unzip that baggage

As a child of the 1980s, there were some interesting fashions: parachute pants, shoulder pads in sports coats, and my favorite—KangaRoos shoes, which were…

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How low can you go?

It must be nice to be an important person. People praise you. Servants serve you. All in all, life is good when you are…

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What a relief!

I remember being lost once when I was young. I was at a department store with my mother. I walked along very contentedly behind…

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This little light of mine

A little boy forgot his lines in a Christmas program. His mother was in the front row to prompt him. She gestured and formed…

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Pick up your Legos

Grandpa and Grandma are coming over. However, kids’ toys, games, and a bunch of Legos (dangerously painful to step on) are strewn all over…

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What are you thankful for?

Let me set the scene for you. Thanksgiving Day. After having their hands slapped a few times in failed food-snitching attempts, the family finally…

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What are you ashamed of?

Is there anything that you are ashamed of? Apparently, my oldest daughter could answer that question emphatically. I was parked with our family minivan…

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Using your time even better

Pastor Mike’s latest sermon series may challenge you a bit. It changed my perspective. Maybe you, like me, tend to justify the way you…

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Becoming childlike again

“Clap your hands, all you nations; shout to God with cries of joy. Sing praises to God, sing praises; sing praises to our King,…

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Gift formula

There’s a piece of artwork on my desk that’s quite valuable—at least to me. One of my kids took some crayons and drew a…

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Convicted yet forgiven

When my boys were younger, I took them to swimming lessons. One day I talked about my church to another mom. She responded, “I…