Monthly Archives: April 2014

Shed Abroad

Shed Abroad in our Hearts The flowering trees in our neighborhood are just beautiful. The azaleas in our flower bed have the most prolific blooms I’ve seen in years. I noticed some petals in my driveway that didn’t come from … Continue reading

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Let Your Light Shine

Let Your Light So ShineWe were prepared this past weekend for storms as much as you can be. Our candles, oil lamps and flashlights were handy. We had bought bread and had enough standby food that didn’t have to be … Continue reading

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You’re An Overcomer

Isn’t it funny how memories show up in the mind at the oddest moments? I was thinking of our trip out west several years ago. We went across Arizona to the Grand Canyon and on to New Mexico with a group of … Continue reading

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Stand Your Ground

The 90,000 acre tract along the Red River being eyed by the Federal Land Management Agency is an interesting story, especially for Texans. That’s a lot of land – 140 square miles to be exact. The Texas government has sounded … Continue reading

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The Master You Are Serving is Christ

This week was set aside in the U.S. to honor secretaries and administrative professionals in their jobs. For having been one of those professionals for over 20 years I can tell you it’s an interesting place of service. More than … Continue reading

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