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Living My Faith

I hate feet

I hate feet. God bless all you podiatrists out there. Seeing the bare feet of others up close really makes me squirm. My husband…

Living My Faith

I love my job

How do you feel about your job? Do you spring out of bed each morning, thinking, It’s another workday! I can’t believe I get…

Who is God?

I have loved you as my own

A young couple I know recently adopted a child from overseas. To say that it was a struggle is an understatement. Pair the moving…

Living My Faith

What’s in a name?

One of the most exciting parts of getting ready to welcome a child into the world is choosing a name. Names are a big…

Living My Faith

Choices, choices

We love choices, right? We love the freedom to choose things that make us happy or make our lives better. Regular or curly fries…

Living My Faith

I am not ashamed

Have you heard of Alfred Paul Seckel? An American raised in a Jewish household, Seckel wrote multiple books about optical illusions. He was also…

Living My Faith

There is such a thing as a free lunch

There’s something about free stuff that we just love, right? It causes our hearts to speed up a little bit. It compels us to…

Living My Faith

The best-laid plans

Thousands of years ago in Israel, a king was given a choice. God invited King Solomon: “Ask for whatever you want. Anything.” And Solomon…

Who is God?

Jesus prayed for you

Sometimes I’m envious of Jesus’ disciples. For three years, they got to talk with him, eat with him, laugh with him, weep with him….

Who is God?

The last runner

My son ran on his high school cross country team. At his first meet, we saw the most remarkable thing at the finish line….

Life’s Challenges

God is near

Have you ever felt defeated, deflated, and bone weary?  King David of Israel felt this same soul-crushing weariness. Despite God’s promise that the Savior…

Life’s Challenges

Therefore we have hope

If you’ve ever read the book of Lamentations in the Old Testament, let’s just say its name says it all. It overflows with sorrow…