Author Archives: Karen Campbell

About Karen Campbell

Life provides lots of experiences to write about. My goal is to share how God works through them.

Moral Compass

What forms your moral compass? Does it depend on the ever-changing culture wherever you live? What candidate do you vote for? Do you vote? Where do you stand on the question of creation? How do you respond to people who hold … Continue reading

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The Whisper

When the subject of stress comes up I easily identify by recalling a specific time in my life. My career was in growth mode; I had worked hard to earn the trust and respect of many clients and was determined … Continue reading

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Right Now

Life circumstances can threaten to overwhelm me at times. Stacks of responsibilities and deadlines simultaneously pull me in multiple directions. The best (actually worst) example for me lasted a number of years. My husband was very ill, eventually requiring a … Continue reading

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Anxiety

Anxiety: an abnormal and overwhelming sense of apprehension and fear often marked by doubt concerning the reality and nature of the threat, and by self-doubt about one’s capacity to cope with it. (Merriam Webster) I met a woman recently who … Continue reading

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The Great I AM

It’s easy for me to empathize with someone stepping into a public forum who is visibly rattled by nerves. It’s painful. I really dealt with it growing up because I was so self-conscious.  And, when the focus was on me, … Continue reading

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The Shield

Our country is permeated by a climate of hate and fear. Many are anxious as they take in the increasingly popular reports of evil. Watching the news I can’t help but think of Don Henley’s song, Dirty Laundry: I make … Continue reading

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Advocate

Have you ever had someone go to bat for you?  That’s exactly what Laurie did for me many years ago. My husband had been ill for a while and his situation took a turn for the worse. After visiting him … Continue reading

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