Tag Archives: everyday life

Science and Faith: Hand in Hand

  My friend told me the other day, “We are Science, and Faith, two sides of the same coin.” That evening, I thought, “On the one hand is Science and on the other, Faith – And then I visualized this … Continue reading

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What If . . . ?

“For I know the plans that I have for you,’ declares the Lord, ‘plans for welfare and not for calamity to give you a future and a hope,” Jeremiah 29:11 (NASB). Continue reading

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Being Seen With Christ

Reading scripture verses as follow-up to last week’s sermon a theme stood out in these words ─ united, together, fellowship, conformity, purchased, abide, and known. Words describing our relationship with Jesus Christ. But, to be recognized as belonging to Christ, we must be “seen” together. Continue reading

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Bearing More Fruit

Jesus used the examples of vines, branches, and fruit to help us see ─ our lives are a lot like a grapevine. Continue reading

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Passion is a driving force

I’m grateful that we have a God who is more passionate than a defending parent, more passionate than a shepherd looking for a sheep, more passionate than those who spend hours hunting for that last coin. Continue reading

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How We Live Now Matters

Our eternal life is NOW. Continue reading

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In Season and Out of Season

Is winter in season or out of season? It’s February. I go outside and don’t need a coat, or hat, or mittens. Where is the cold weather that I associate with February? Now, I’m not complaining. No, not one bit. … Continue reading

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Content Whatever the Circumstances

Several weeks ago I struggled with pending changes in my horse life, my horses’ living arrangements, in my financial situation. I lost sleep dwelling on the potential outcomes of these changes, fighting with myself over what would be the best … Continue reading

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Feral On Any Given Day

From dictionary.com definition 2: Feral – having reverted to the wild state, as from domestication Before I got her, Holly was a neglected backyard pony with a different name. Her interactions with people during that time were primarily negative and … Continue reading

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Reflections of the Son

There was a “strawberry” moon the other night. I didn’t see it, I forgot to look outside. The next morning, at dawn, I did see a glorious full moon. No sign of any strawberry color remained. (This photo was taken … Continue reading

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