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Grounded in Faith

A window to see you

And when Jesus had been baptized, just as he came up from the water, suddenly the heavens were opened to him and he saw the Spirit of God descending like a dove and alighting on him. And a voice from heaven said, ‘This is my Son, the Beloved, with whom I am well pleased.’ (Matthew 3:16-17) I have recently become very aware of my behavior…

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In which we let our anger go

You forgot to pay the electric bill. Someone left the milk out overnight. You missed a deadline, and your son missed the bus. Your heartbeat elevates, and your nerves stand on edge. You’re a wee bit angry at the world, and at the kids, and mostly at yourself. You’ve been overmatched by your to-do list, overloaded…

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The Prince of Peace comes to a war-torn world

From George Frederic Handel’s grand masterpiece “Messiah” in 1742 to Amy Grant’s classic “Emmanuel” in our day, the phrase “Prince of Peace” tumbles out of some of our most beloved Christmas songs.  But George and Amy didn’t make up that title—the Old Testament prophet Isaiah, who ministered 700 years…

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Christmas in Heaven

Christmastime is filled with love and light and laughter. You hear the familiar carols and they sing of unspeakable joy…but you may not feel that this year. You’re not alone, so many have lost loved ones recently and going through the Christmas season without them seems unbearable and unthinkable. I’ve been…

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Where’s the Merry in Christmas?

Decked halls. Festive parties. Movies full of Christmas miracles. Hope and joy in every heart, right? For many, this season does bring great wonder, renewal and joy.  But just as many more are left wondering, Where IS the Merry in Christmas? Many families will face this Christmas with an empty chair at the family gathering, a family…

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What does “Thy Kingdom Come” even mean?

It’s a simple idea, and a deeply biblical one, woven into the very fabric of the prayer Jesus taught us to pray. “Thy kingdom come.” Praying kingdom come, for God’s will to be done, His kingdom to come…what would that mean?  “What would stand and what would fall?” reflects Frederick Buechner.  “Who would…

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Becoming an exoneree-a captive set free. The story of Darryl Burton.

An exoneree is defined as one cleared of blame, a captive set free or to be free from a burden.  Darryl Burton is an exoneree.  He was falsely accused and served 24 years in a tough Missouri State Penitentiary before he was finally cleared and released.  It was a long, hard-fought battle, but not nearly as difficult as Darryl’s…

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Thanksgiving – It’s good for your soul

Thanksgiving is a time for food, family gatherings and football. Once everyone is gathered at the table, my husband asks us to share what we’re thankful for. I’m sure many of you do likewise, but from now on, don’t make thanksgiving a once a year occasion. I don’t mean regularly cook a full turkey dinner,…

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It’s about time your heart came home

Living from several suitcases for about 6 weeks has caused me to think a little about what home really means to me. I’m talking about home…where you lay your head to sleep, or where you keep the night light on, or those home fires you tender, where you keep the fireplace embers burning on a cold chilly night. Don’t…

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Why, God?

To some degree, we’ve all been there. The late night phone call that changed everything. A doctor’s diagnosis that stopped you dead in your tracks. A casual trip to Dairy Queen that ended with the death of a child. A summer thunderstorm that that spawned a tornado and devastated a community. A school shooting. The earthquake…

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