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Beyond The Collision

By Diana Alvarez / 3 weeks ago

Beyond The Collision A True Story! It was another typical early Sunday morning – or so I thought. I was driving down a two-lane highway on my way to a women’s activity at church. Driving alone gave me precious time to meditate and reflect. Although alert to my surroundings, my thoughts were of various friends. […]

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I Want To Be A Balcony Person

By Susan Niswonger / 4 weeks ago

A year or two ago, my friend, Suzanne and my sister, Anita recommended that I read a book by Joyce Landorf Heatherley, entitled Balcony People.  I finally bought the book and have read it through twice.   It is a small book, only about 60 pages but it contains a very powerful message.  It deals with […]

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A 24 Carat Treasure

By Don Doran / last month

Good morning! This is the day the Lord has made, rejoice and be glad in it. I have heard people talk about developing a taste for the “finer” things in life. Fine homes, cars, foods, clothes, travel and so many other things. They always look for the name brand item, because it is “finer.” We […]

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So Are The Days Of Our Lives

By Sheri Boulet / last month

Time is a funny thing….. When you are a kid it seems like time passes so slowly….creeping away. I can remember anytime I was anticipating anything, the last day of school, my birthday, the holidays…a date…time did not even seem to move. Waiting….waiting….waiting………dreaming of being all grown up and able to come and go as […]

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Living In the Land Of The Lost

By Sheri Boulet / last month

In Jeremiah 29 we read of the letter to the captives in Babylon. 29:4-7 Thus saith the Lord of hosts, the God of Israel, unto all that are carried away captives, whom I have caused to be carried away from Jerusalem unto Babylon; Build ye houses, and dwell in them; and plant gardens, and eat […]

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Never Surrender!

By Sheri Boulet / last month

There are times in our walk with God that we are called to put on our armor and fight. We fight for our homes, our families, our church, our cities, our very souls. Now, more than ever before, I feel the call to battle. I feel the drive to push through to victory in areas […]

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Irritated, Broken, And Through The Fire

By Susan Niswonger / last month

I have spent a lot of time lately reflecting over my life, examining where I’ve been and where I would like to go.  I wish I had written down my goals and vision of the future every 10 years and put them in safe keeping for later evaluation.  What would I have written at 20, […]

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God is Just

By Don Doran / last month

Good morning! I hope you have had a great week. Have you ever dealt with someone who was in an authority position and thought, they are not being fair. They are using their position for their own personal benefit with no concern to anyone else. Worse yet is when they change the rules in the […]

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Icing On The Cake

By Susan Niswonger / last month

Have you ever heard people say things that make no sense at all?  I don’t understand the saying, “Have their cake and eat it too.”  It seems to me that the only use for cake is to eat it.  And, why would someone give you a piece of cake and then be surprised that you […]

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The Land of The Familiar

By Susan Niswonger / last month

Have you ever noticed how you ignore the details of the familiar?  This is true in marriage, with your children and life in general.  Those beautiful eyes that made you melt have just become necessary features in a beloved face.  The lips that you could kiss for hours, now receive the cursory goodbye peck as […]

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