What If I’m Too Mad To Forgive?

As a writer I rarely get writer’s block.  When I sit to begin writing, whether it be journaling or otherwise, the words pour out of my head at an alarmingly quick rate.  It’s been that way since high school and I don’t foresee that changing any time soon.  However, 5 years ago, when I began…

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Ask And You Will Receive

  Therefore, if anyone is in Christ, he is a new creation; old things have passed away; behold, all things have become new. ~ 2 Cor. 5:17 That scripture is how I knew I was a Christ-follower. In the months after I whispered, “God, I believe in you, your son, your word, and everything in it,”…

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Washed Clean

As a little girl, I always loved going through the automatic car wash. I was fascinated with how the soap bubbles looked as they slowly slipped down the windshield. The splashes of soapy colors, swirling and ever changing. I’d squint my eyes and use my imagination, making images out of the bubbles. [pullquote width=”300″ float=”right”]I’ve…

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On Being Sorry

As young parents, my husband and I were not particularly intentional about raising our children. I’d like to think it was because we were pretty young, but it was more likely due to our preoccupation with surviving. Subconsciously, we both wanted our children to be respectful, polite, and empathetic. While I’m happy to say these…

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