Tag Archives: Reconciliation

Filled to Pour Out

Holy Spirit Fill me with courage Fill me with joy Fill me with gratitude Fill me with mercy Fill me with grace Fill me with love That I might pour them out On my family On my co-workers On my … Continue reading

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It Is Time for Walking

Today I’m sharing a poem by a dear friend and poet. She is more introspective and cautious than I am, less boisterous and loud. But dear nonetheless. I hope you enjoy her words. It Is Time for Walking by Kathleen … Continue reading

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She Hates Purple

She hates purple simply because it was my favorite color or maybe it’s because I stole her coveted role as baby of the family Who knows why I only know it’s hard to be resented for something you can’t control … Continue reading

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An Ambassador for Christ

We heard a great sermon today from our new interim pastor, Pr. Gary Englert, based on 2 Corinthians 5:14-21. For Christ’s love compels us, because we are convinced that one died for all, and therefore all died. And he died for … Continue reading

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