Devotionals

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This afternoon we took our 1 1/2 year old son, Jack, to play in the park. He toddled around the monstrous pieces of equipment for a little while, but after a few minutes he made a bee-line for the street… Read the rest of this devotional at

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There’s a time for thinking, and there’s a time for acting…. For the rest of this morning’s devotional, come join us over at

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[Cross posted at -April 9, 2007] This past weekend was a holiday, as it would be difficult not to notice, with both religious and secular modes of celebration. I will be honest with you. I did not go to church. We did, however celebrate with a delightful brunch and lots of family. Tonight, as I

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[Cross posted at -April 2, 2007] “The Tip-O-Meter sure is winding down!” I muttered as the waitress walked out of earshot. The restaurant was nearly empty. My husband, son and I were sitting in a local big-chain pancake house having our April Fool’s Day Dinner*. As we were waiting to be served, we were stunned

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[Cross posted at – March 26, 2007] Back in November I joined in with some really wonderful Christian women participating in a challenge to document One Thousand Gifts. At the time it was leading up to the Christmas season and the challenge was to come up with the gifts that we already had. I worked