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A seminary graduate writer and speaker for women posts devotionals and articles which apply scripture to every day life. Great stories and carefully taught biblical content.

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  • One Defining Moment
    on Sep 11, 2012
    September is a busy month for a teacher, and this September day was no exception. The moment I woke, thoughts of what I needed to accomplish filled my head. Aside from my normal teaching load at school, there were errands to run and people to call. F...
  • In God We Trust
    on Aug 7, 2011
    In the days and months following the Black Tuesday stock market crash in 1929, despair over financial ruin prompted many suicides. One man left this note behind before ending his life: "My body should go to science, my soul to Andrew W. Mellon, and s...
  • The Discipline of Forgiving“Let all bitterness and wrath and anger and clamor and slander be put away from you, along with all malice. Be kind to one another, tender-hearted, forgiving each other, just as God in Christ also has forgiven you.” Ephesians 5:31-32 When we wer...
  • Fly the Flag
    on Jun 29, 2011
    I love the 4th of July. I love the smell of meat on the grill, outdoor picnics, and fireworks. But what I love best of all is the plethora of American flags decorating lawns, houses, and storefronts. Seeing the red, white, and blue proudly displayed...
  • Before and After: The Coleman Estate
    on Jun 20, 2011 in makeover before and after
    When we moved to Mystic Lane twelve years ago, it had Home Improvement written all over it. I thought it would be fun to let you see the changes that have taken place since we made this house our home.We pulled out all of the old bushes, which were p...
  • The Rock
    on Mar 8, 2011
    Standing as a guardian over the entrance to the Mediterranean Sea, the Rock of Gibraltar is a world-famous landmark. Its white limestone cliffs stand in stark contrast to the blue sea and sky around it. The Greeks called it a "Pillar of Hercules." Th...
  • Into the Light
    on Mar 1, 2011
    She had never seen him before in her life. She saw by his clothing he was a Jew. As she moved toward the well, he startled her by striking up a conversation, requesting she give him a drink with the jug she carried. "You are asking me, a Samaritan wo...
  • Avoiding Hypocrisy
    on Feb 16, 2011
    A friend of mine (who is not a believer) recently shared a conversation overheard between someone she knew to be a Christian and a senior citizen in their care. The Christian was shockingly abusive in her treatment of the elderly woman, interjecting...
  • Power to Succeed
    on Feb 1, 2011
    He thought he had gotten away with it.The battle had been nothing short of amazing. The walls of Jericho had simply crumbled as the army of Israel gave its shout. The soldiers swarmed into the city, destroying all but Rahab and her family as previous...
  • No Wrath, Ever
    on Jan 25, 2011
    Journalist and art historian Lewis Hind once wrote of a personal epiphany about his father. Mr. Hind was a stern parent who administered discipline with an iron hand. Lewis respected his father, but even more, he feared him. One Sunday morning that a...
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