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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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God’s Hands and Feet

In my last blog, I related my little struggle to Jonah’s struggle to obey God’s call to go preach to the wicked people in Nineveh. Since that posting, my struggle has become tiny, (actually minuscule) and the ancient town of Nineveh … Continue reading

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Stations of the Cross

It’s been a while since I’ve posted anything, but I’m ready! I’ve been busy with a number of things and decided I would not make writing an obligation. It is something I enjoy and can wait until responsibilities free up … Continue reading

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The Palm and the Banyan

I was talking to the ladies in my Bible Study about the vacation my husband and I were taking to Hawaii to visit his son. I told them I was struggling with whether or not I should take my laptop with … Continue reading

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Why do I believe?

It occurs to me that when I accepted the Bible as truth and Jesus as my Savior, it brought me hope, but also fear of what this would require of me. In the first verses of 1 Thessalonians, Paul, Silas … Continue reading

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