coronavirus impact

How Will Coronavirus Impact You?

The coronavirus impact will be felt by us all. But what I’ve seen so far is encouraging. ********* I see you. And you are amazing! You’re making do and doing without. Jumping on the trampoline and shooting hoops in the driveway and laughing with your kids. Playing games and reading devotions, wiping tears and dispelling […]

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How to Defend Where Satan Attacks

God used dust bunnies and dirty dishes to teach me a little bit about how to defend where Satan attacks. ********* One morning, in the brief span of time between getting the boys off to school and heading to work I felt a bit unsettled.  And maybe overwhelmed by the day ahead.  Wednesdays at The […]

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More Wonderful Than Christmas?

Can there be anything more WONDERful than Christmas? If you’ve been around here a while, you know my theme for 2019 has been WONDER. We have looked at the WONDER of what God has done with some powerful testimonies from people around the world and we have WONDERed together at the truth of Scripture.  But, […]

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Never Good Enough

I messed up. In a very public way. A way I have harbored secret feelings of superiority over others who’ve made similar mistakes.  There are errors in my most recently released book. Plural. As in multiple mistakes.  You can see my very public apology here. It’s not that nobody read it before I published it. […]

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When the Holidays Get Messy

I don’t know about you, but holidays stress me out and when I’m stressed, the holidays get messy. I know I’m supposed to be happy but there is so much cooking, cleaning, and decorating. Not to mention the money we spend or the attempts to enjoy equal time with both sides of the family. We […]

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When God Doesn’t Anwer Prayers the Way We Want

Lately, I’ve been pondering why God doesn’t answer prayers the way we want. Remember the prayer request I shared with you a couple of Fridays ago? (For a refresher check in out HERE.) I really wanted God to do what he did for Elijah and hold back the rain so my son’s end-of-season tennis championships […]

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