Tag Archives: Church

Things That Make Me Smile

A dog hanging his head out a car window, ears flapping in the wind, tongue hanging Lantana blooming, changing colors, and when they survive the winter, begin to sprout anew My little pup curled up on his blankets on the … Continue reading

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Giggles of a Cutie

I didn’t mean to get him in trouble But I couldn’t help playing peek-a-boo with the cutie in front of me squirming in his father’s arms at Ash Wednesday service we’re supposed to be solemn But I made him giggle … Continue reading

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Have You Seen the Light?

Yesterday was Round Up Sunday at my church. We weren’t roundin’ up doggies, we were roundin’ up volunteers for the various ministries in the church. In keeping with the country western theme, many in the congregation were dressed in their … Continue reading

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The Fading Light of the City on the Hill

I had a great time at the Casting Crowns concert last night! But it was so much more than just a concert – it was a wonderful night of worshipping God and allowing Him to work in my heart on … Continue reading

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Community – A Poem

9/27/11 Update: I linked this poem to dVerse Poets Pub for Open Link Night ~ Week 11. If you like poetry, dVerse is the place to be. It’s Thankful Thursday again, and so I’ve been pondering all that I am … Continue reading

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Would You Recognize Jesus?

Last Saturday I went to our local Fish Fest concert event. The headline act, and the reason I went, was Third Day. They are my favorite Christian band. I had intended to write something about one of the songs they … Continue reading

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Madeleines with Lemon Curd for Recipe Friday

Last Saturday afternoon, right before his friend came over to hang out, my son said, “I need to make Epicurean Creamed Peas this weekend.” “What for?” I asked. “For French class,” he replied, “but I need three people to evaluate … Continue reading

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A God of Surprises

Christmas Day is more than half over. The presents are all opened and some have been tried out already. We’ve eaten our Christmas “dinner” of glazed spiral ham, garlic mashed potatoes, cornbread stuffing, and rosemary cauliflower and carrots. There’s still … Continue reading

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To Following Willingly

Several months ago I wrote about Revelation 3:20 and a painting of Jesus that portrays this verse that hangs in my in-laws house and in my own living room. This is a great verse to ponder in preparation for Thanksgiving … Continue reading

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The Relationship Plan, Part 2

Our second full adult education class was awesome! We learned the next two principles of Jesus’ strategy for sharing the truth of the Gospel and growing the Church from The Master Plan of Evangelism by Robert E. Coleman. I wrote … Continue reading

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