Category Archives: Christian Living

For Married Men Only


After much discussion with my husband and a few years of mulling over a very serious topic in my heart and mind, I am prayerfully beginning the process of writing my first book. While the title of this post is … Continue reading

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That You Love Sinners Such As I


I am amazed, O God, that You would use imperfect people to share Your Perfect Love. I am humbled, O God, that You would use broken people to point others to He who makes all things new. I am in … Continue reading

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‘Til the Groom Comes


It’s 7:00.  I’ve had a long, busy day at work.  I went in a little early – not much – and after waking up a little late this morning, it’s been go, go, go since my feet hit the floor. … Continue reading

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Rebellion: Legalism v. Grace


I have declared myself a rebel.  I don’t take that back. However, it’s important to clarify something here.  I was counseled to be cautious as I revel in this “rebellion” to remember the warnings of Scripture. It is in the … Continue reading

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I am a Rebel.


I was recently asked whether my ability to throw off childhood rules (patro-nationalism) and strict religious standards is a matter of rebellion against a childhood that was rather strict. It has been a sobering question. Does rebellion fuel my actions?  I … Continue reading

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