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Growing in Faith

Stormy days where God meets you

These storms don’t seem to stop. And I am not talking about severe weather storms that turn deadly. I am talking about life storms where sorrow shapes our faith. There are stormy days that hover over my life that have left some killer scars on my heart. It’s okay, don’t worry about me. I don’t speak of them…

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When trouble surrounds you

There’s a story of awesomeness that might help you in your time of trouble. 2 Kings 6 tells about Elisha’s encounter with the enemy. No matter what kind of trouble is surrounding you right now, know this, that God is with you. I hope this encourages you as it did me when life hands you a little to much to handle. The Bible is…

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Faith means trusting forward

Faith means trusting forward what will only make sense in reverse. “Perfect faith is the faith that moves us to trust God even when it seems as though God isn’t moving.” ~ Andy Stanley My mind fills with an awkward silent sighs and I wonder. In those quiet moments, I have some worrisome thoughts. My heart just wants…

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Grace therapy

There’s a friend in my life who just gives me a lot of grief with the comparisons she always gives. I try my best but still she points out that something is wrong. Her words echo… “Not good enough.” I could dress my best and she will whisper, “Nice, but not as nice as hers.” I mess up and let my clumsy words…

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Salty reminders

It was early morning, and I was fixing my coffee before my daily walk with Jesus. Right beside the coffee maker was the salt shaker….out of place….again. I quickly picked it up, and said to myself….”If I have to move this one more time, I am going to snap!” I was about to slam the salt shaker into it’s…

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Surrender to God and don’t worry

From time to time we all need a wake up call.  Mine came this week when I found myself grumbling over things and circumstances that I have no control over.  I am a worrier, and that for me, can translate into impatience, frustration and even anger.  Thankfully I have an ultra patient wife that God uses to speak truth into my life.…

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Unpacking holy memories

There are some happy suitcases that you can unpack easily. When returning from a trip, I usually just dump everything in the laundry room. The next stop is the bathroom, then …boom… I’m done. Next I unload my pictures to digital storage. Most travels are filled with those fun Kodak moments to help you reminisce…

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The day I stopped reading the Bible

This “girls weekend” had been planned for a while, and I for one, was super-excited to get away with these two ladies. We had become quite close since our international mission trip to the Dominican Republic. We were headed out of town for a weekend of fun. Just the girls. Yes! With Google maps loaded on phones, we three…

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God’s shelter for your storm

Several years ago, my son Jordan walked in the door with a scruffy looking dog in his arms. Truly, that poor thing was in rough shape. Jordan watched as one car after another whizzed around this poor, lost pup, barely missing him but certainly scaring him into chaos and confusion. So Jordan pulled his car off to the side of the road, put…

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Why waiting on God is essential to faith

The other morning, while reading the 32nd chapter of Exodus, I relearned an important lesson. Moses was up on the mountain having a face to face encounter with God. This Israelites hadn’t heard from him in a while and they got bored waiting for him. Let’s look in at their response: When the people saw how long it was taking…

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Humans are hardwired for awe, but sin distracts us from the glory of our Creator and often we end up worshipping everything but God.

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