Monthly Archives: June 2009

Café Chat June 20th

Today’s topic: Name 3 qualities or characteristics of a good/close friend. Explain why the qualities or characteristics you listed are important to you in your friendships. For someone to be counted as a close friend, they must be honest and … Continue reading

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Well, I’ve been working up to it for a few weeks and I’ve finally taken the plunge. I’ve made some minor changes (not the extreme makeover I’d hoped for) to this blog. One of the changes is to pull the … Continue reading

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Thirst for Wisdom

“It is senseless to pay tuition to educate a fool, since he has no heart for learning.” Proverbs 17:16 Time for one of my personal disclosures here. Starting with myself: I was 17 YO when I started college. Boy, don’t … Continue reading

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Tips for Better Living

Reach out to a friend today. Call someone you haven’t talked to in a while. Don’t let the years go by, letting your relationships float away like a leaf on a stream carried by life’s currents. Today my hubby and … Continue reading

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Bluebonnets, a Texas tradition

This image is actually from my archive. I couldn’t stand to leave the froghead on “top” since I’m pretty lax in keeping this blog up-to-date. Back in April, the bluebonnets bloomed. This is an annual event in these parts. The … Continue reading

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Monday Blueprint Madness

If you think I’m going to mock the contractors here, you’re wrong. I think this exemplifies perfect faith. “Trust God and obey, even if you don’t understand.” Do you have enough faith to do something that seems silly … maybe … Continue reading

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Al, please stop eating frogs.

Yes, that’s the head of a frog. And one limb. Laying on the floor in my closet. Take a closer look. Just the head here. The special-effects required to fake something this gross are beyond my capability. I am capable … Continue reading

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Sunday’s Study: Judges 6

Judges tells repeatedly of the Israelites cyclical relationship with God: doing evil, falling into the Pit, crying out for mercy, being redeemed by God’s grace. In Judges 6, God sends Gideon, the “least” family member of the smallest tribe to … Continue reading

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Café Chat June 13th

Today’s Topic: Is there a deep hurt in your life/heart that you have not let God heal yet? If yes, are you ready to let God begin the work of healing your heart? For those of you that answered “no” … Continue reading

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Then Sings My Soul – What Could Be Better by 33 Miles

It’s been a great week. The AWI conference was “all that and more”. Squeezing the sessions into an already busy week was a challenge, but the rewards were well worth the effort. Being able to walk out of my corporate … Continue reading

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