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Monthly Archives: December 2012

What’s Behind Door #3?

This is an excerpt from one of my January 2012 posts. It deals with something my sister and I talked about last night (on our super fun sister-date to Brave New!) that I think is particularly relevant for women. I’ve posted a few follow-up thoughts at the end… Peace vs. Understanding Philippians 4:6-7 tells us … Continue reading »

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Getting What We Really Want

Today’s post will be brief, partly because this thought can cover such a wide spectrum, and partly because I’m blogging from my iPhone while a puny little girl snoozes all snuggled up next to me on the couch. I read this today, and I found so much truth in it. From Made to Crave by … Continue reading »

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What Shall We Do With Jesus?

So I’m 3 days into my write-everyday-challenge when I realize that I threw down the gauntlet at myself during the busiest month of the entire year. I tend to aim a bit high… Part of approaching the Christmas season with a five year-old is trying to figure out ways of teaching said five year-old about … Continue reading »

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Eyes on the Prize

It’s honesty time! My goal for this month is not to write just anything, but to write things that will administer grace to the reader. I’m afraid I can’t do that without sharing some of my recent experiences, all of which require some good old-fashioned gut-level honesty. So here we go. I had lunch with … Continue reading »

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When Autumn Leaves Start to Fall

Thirty-one days hath December. Consider this post 1 of 31. I’m challenging myself to share my heart here every day this month in the hopes of honoring Jesus, the Word made flesh to dwell among us, Emmanuel. I begin with a quote from Passion and Purity by Elisabeth Elliot. I read P&P when I was in college. I … Continue reading »

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