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One Good Thing Every Day: March 22, 2013

“Focus on who God created you to be–not your neighbor, or your friend, or your competition. He gave you glorious identity in Him; let Him transform your thinking with this knowledge!” from A Jane Austen Devotional “…admitting my anger is the first step to dealing constructively with this repressed emotion […]

One Good Thing Every Day: March 4, 2013

“What we practice –what we truly believe–is indicative of what’s in our hearts. Deceiving ourselves is the same thing as thinking we know better than God. Our relationship with Him cannot thrive if we fail to let him inside our hearts and purify them.” A Jane Austen Devotional “What you […]

One Good Thing Every Day: January 20, 2013

“Brotherly love,” said my middle son, our avid football fan after the San Francisco 49ers and Baltimore Ravens clinched their conference titles. As the Harbaugh brothers prepare to face each other from opposite sidelines, I do not envy their familial spectators. I know the competitive spirit of boys all too well! […]

Advent 2012: Love

Today we reflect on love. Luke 2:1-20: Re-read the account of Jesus’ Birth Poetic Reading: “Love,” “While Bethlehem Sleeps” (Shekinah…), “For a Moment” Family Reading: Bartholomew’s Passage –Week Four: Sunday (Parts 1-5)

Daily Prompt: Me Time

What is your idea Saturday morning? Are you doing those things this morning? Why not? An ideal Saturday morning begins with nothing on our schedule. I sit at the kitchen table, greeting my family of bleary-eyed bed-heads, while I sip my second cup of coffee. I read or email a […]

A Unique Quilting Technique

I discovered a surprisingly unique quilting technique that makes quilting affordable and easy for any novice. There a several steps, but if followed, the result will be a quilt you will treasure for years to come. 1. Join your mother on her next trip to the quilting shop. Her enthusiasm […]

Post Election Post

From Him to me to you 1 Corinthians 13:1-8 New International Version (NIV) 13 If I speak in the tongues[a] of men or of angels, but do not have love, I am only a resounding gong or a clanging cymbal. 2 If I have the gift of prophecy and can […]