Why You Should Stop Practicing Anonymous Gratitude

Being intentional about mining the source of our blessings helps us to stop practicing anonymous gratitude. This summer I had an experience that filled me with wonder and taught me a powerful lesson. Passing through Kentucky on our way home from a family reunion outside of St. Louis, we stopped to tour the Louisville Slugger […]

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A Woman’s Heart For Prayer

Janet’s heart for prayer for women worldwide, as revealed in this excerpt from her newly released book, deeply moved me. I know it will touch your heart, too. Note:  This blog post is a bonus devotion celebrating the launch of Janet Hines’ new book Between the Valley and the Mountaintop:  Glimpses of God in the […]

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Does My Sin Really Matter?

This week I’m tackling the age-old question, “Does my sin really matter?” If you’ve been around for a while, you know my word for 2019 is WONDER and I’ve been committed to tackling some of the tough questions I’ve wrestled with. And if you’re like me, you have wondered about this one a time or […]

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Christ-Followers Called to Community

This week, my dear friend and former neighbor, Katie Chew shares with us how as Christ-Followers we are created for and called to community! She and I met and were neighbors at Fort Polk, so I can testify to the truth of what she shares! That duty station was special! Called to Community by Katie […]

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Not My Dream Job – The Wonder of What God Has Done

Have you ever said, “This is not my dream job?” I know I have! As part of the ongoing series, The Wonder of What God Has Done, Jen Roettjer shares about how God changed her perspective of and her passion for work. I was blessed to meet her last year when we attended my nephew’s […]

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When You Wonder Why Doors Won’t Open

Do you ever wonder why doors won’t open in your life? A recent experience gave me some insight into closed doors and helped me look for opportunities while I wait for God to turn the lock and grease the hinges. ********* We don’t have our back yard fenced in yet, so taking Sheldon out to […]

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