Month: June 2020

Always End With, “I Love You”

There’s a meme floating around social media lately that’s says, “Tell your friends you love them. Tell them a lot. Make it weird.” I smiled a little as I read it. I have become that person. When cancer hit our home in October, life suddenly got a timeline and my confidence in the future was […]

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Hunting Armadillos

My husband is a critter man. He loves to catch, chase, and get rid of unwanted critters around our place, but he especially likes to help others move these unwanted varmints out of their yards. Lately he has had friends call about catching armadillos, and there is nothing he loves more than getting rid of […]

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What if?

What a wonderful feeling to be back with people today. I got a few hugs and a bunch of fist bumps. I had forgotten how wonderful it was to sing with a room filled with like-minded people; to simply be with others who share your same heart and values. The church wasn’t packed by any […]

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Take Off Your Mask

Many churches, including ours, are opening their doors again. Drive-in church, live-streaming videos, and Zoom meetings have kept folks as connected as possible throughout this quarantine. As our pastor explained the temporary procedures for our church gathering next week, one statement caught my attention: “If you choose to wear a mask, that is okay.”             […]

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Two Words

This is a guest blog from a dear friend of mine, Sherry Croft. If you have ever lost someone you love, these words will resonate deeply with your soul. If this ministers to you, will you please let Sherry know by commenting? As always, thanks for reading. Two Words By Sherry A. Croft “She’s gone.” […]

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