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Don’t be a troll

Do you know about troll farms? Until recently, I lived in blissful ignorance. But then I learned how thousands and thousands of people in…

Bible 101

Jesus was a baby … for YOU

When you hear the name Jesus, what picture pops into your head? Maybe you envision a famous painting of a Caucasian-looking Jesus that you…

Living My Faith

From complaining to praising

Have you ever noticed how we like to complain incessantly about the weather? Is it because it’s inoffensive fodder for small talk? “The humidity…

Life’s Challenges

Bounce cuz you’re blessed

What did I bring to church this week? My kids. My purse. Pens for sermon notes. A mop for the rain that had dripped…

Who is God?

Our Savior saved us

My firstborn daughter was just a little peanut on the day she almost drowned. Everything was sun and smiles at our friends’ backyard pool…

Living My Faith

Celebrate your dependence

For people reading this in the United States, today is Independence Day. Americans love to celebrate the day the Continental Congress declared we were…

Friends & Family

Laugh a little

Life can be so serious. There’s a lot of important stuff going on, important things we need to be doing, and important matters we…

Living My Faith

Be a connoisseur of Christ

Do you love coffee? I sure do! As a mom of young kids, coffee is vital to my energy levels, but I really love…

Living My Faith

You should be proud

What are you proud of? Maybe you’ve made it through rigorous schooling or run a marathon or lost a bunch of weight or you…

Living My Faith

Ask God to give you himself

“Enough about me; tell me more about you.” The desire to get to know someone more deeply signifies that a relationship is there. It’s…

Living My Faith

Pay attention to God’s “wonderful deeds”

“I will give thanks to you, Lord, with all my heart; I will tell of all your wonderful deeds. I will be glad and…

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Easter is about/for real events

The most frequently used words in John’s account of Easter morning are . . . “saw” or “looked” (John 20:1-20). Mary saw the stone…