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Flying Solo

Between November 2018 and February 2019, my husband spent nearly 40 days in Denver. This made for way too many nights alone, and way too many days of being the only one responsible for the dog. Thankfully, I had the opportunity to spend the first eight days of 2019 with him, flying out on New…

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Sustained Through Despair

When the humble see it they will be glad; you who seek God, let your hearts revive. ~Psalm 69:32 A friend called to ask me what the Bible says about suicide. I had to do some digging and still have as many questions as answers. At the same time, I remembered the reviving of a…

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Invitations: God’s Promptings

Throughout my life, there are moments I can point to that have been significant or have made an impression so deep, I have become a changed person. Most of these instances have been a result of invitations I have received from others. There is a Biblical precedence for this. In the New Testament, Jesus often…

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Extra Love

In his book The Five Love Languages, Christian anthropologist Gary Chapman suggests that folks speak and understand one of five primary love languages: physical touch, acts of service, gifts, words of affirmation, or quality time. After completing the short quiz in his book, I found that my language is acts of service. I like doing…

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