Monthly Archive:: June 2014

What do I do if those closest seem most difficult to love?

Why does loving those closest to us feel the most challenging at times? We want loving the roommate, the parent or spouse to be the easiest, right? Does it
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The Ultimate Blueberry Pie that you gotta share!

Summer is officially here, according to the calendar, even though it has felt like summer for weeks now! With summer, comes the blues– that is blueberries. Can I tell you
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Hearing for a change. We’re talking life-changing “hearing.”

The story was so familiar, I was tempted to pass over, not hear or ponder it one more time. But familiar things, the tried and true, tend to be
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Four things my family needs for building cohesion

Something amazing was done for my family– something we could not have done for ourselves. It came unsolicited, uninvited, yet God knew we needed it. We were given a week
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Living Missionally: Lights in a Dark World

This is Keri’s story, mom friend and Aggie alumni. I enjoy Keri’s wit, depth, and creativity.  I also appreciate her passion for engaging with others about faith in a
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