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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 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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Get Back on the Horse!

I started my day with Lisa Harper’s Believing God, a study from the Books of Luke and Acts.  I just read Luke 22:24-34, 54-62 and 24:12, 34.   These verses follow Simon (also called Peter), who was one of the 12 … Continue reading

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To Infinity and Beyond!

I was reluctant to read Think and Grow Rich, because it sounded like a lesson is self-centeredness, but it was on the suggested reading list of some respected authors. Written in 1937 by Napoleon Hill, it describes how an individual … 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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Learning Through Loss

Like everyone, my character has been formed by my life experiences. I have had my share of trials, but I can honestly say that, looking back on them, I am thankful for what I learned through each one. In May, … Continue reading

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Honky Tonk and Worship

My husband loves to play competitive handball – it’s like racquetball without the racket. We have traveled to many obscure destinations so he can participate in a tournament. Several years ago we attended a tournament in Chattanooga, TN, not too … Continue reading

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