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If you let something steal your thanksgiving, you let something steal your joy, and if you let something steal your joy, you let something steal your strength.
The Lord taught me how to sigh in pain, how to weep in gladness, and how to trust during days of hope deferred.
The notes may have kept bravely playing after Vegas, but this week in Thousand Oaks, it felt like the music died. They were all line dancing, linked and toe tapping,…
What if we could learn to “see through” to the deeper meaning of things and discover the beauty and love of God?
I judged my parenting based on whether my children were successful, polite, and kind. I judged my own value based on those standards as well.
We believe that home exists to serve people, not the other way around.
Sometimes the bread I’m sent just isn’t the bread I want.
You can’t make a difference until you listen to the world differently than everyone else does.
In the span of God’s wide and rowdy family, we all belong to one another and there is no such thing as other people’s children.
We are family not because we bear the same last name — but because we bear the image of the same God.
You don’t have to continue to live stretched too thin — exhausted, stressed, frustrated, and drained.
The remarkable part of Christianity is not that we have a Savior who came to deliver us but that we have a Savior who sees us for who we really are and loves us anyway.
Remember who created you.
Dear Kid Headed out into the World — You have to know how your unfolding from me was a miracle. That’s the miraculous thing about miracles – they really do…
Don’t waste anything that Jesus has given and multiplied.
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