Diane

How can one make a difference? Opportunities abound. However, all of us will agree that our desire to make a difference and our availability to do so don’t always match. It is easy to become […]

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Seasons of Loss

It was a Monday morning and we were on our way to the veterinarian’s office with our sweet girl Gucci. She had been such a joy to us with her spunky, bossy way mixed with […]

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Healthy Things Grow and Change

As I am again in a season of change, I wanted to share a past blog of mine which I felt was relevant. Years ago, an older pastor shared with our pastoral staff that, “Healthy […]

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Spilling Over

Are you a “spiller”? I was listening to my favorite Christian station this morning, and I heard this woman share her testimony. It was one of those refreshing and inspirational type of stories that really […]

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We Love What We Give Ourselves to.

You Love What You Give Yourself to. I consistently “give of myself” to my kids and I love them more every year.  We all “give” ourselves to various things and people.  (family, TV, ministry, drugs, […]

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Conviction

Conviction: “An unwavering belief that produces relentless determination” — Madame Stine’s Royal Book of Definitions

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You’re in the Army!

For we are God’s workmanship, created in Christ Jesus to do good works, which God prepared in advance for us to do. –Ephesians 2:10 An old lighthouse sits on the edge of the shore in […]

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The Takeaway-Giveaway

‘In the last days,’ God says, ‘I will pour out my Spirit upon all people. Your sons and daughters will prophesy. Your young men will see visions, and your old men will dream dreams. Acts […]

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Preparing for Change

Fall is one of my favorite seasons of the year. The smell of cinnamon, hot apple cider, baking and decorating. I love the colors of fall, the cooler days and the changing of the leaves. […]

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A Few Things I have been Pondering

To ponder something is to reflect on it. Websters defines the act of pondering as, “To think or consider especially quietly, soberly, and deeply.” In my husband’s words, “You chew on it!” Well lately I […]

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