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Food for thought

Say I’m looking for a tasty hot spiced cider recipe and maybe a good Christmas cookie recipe or two.  Got any ideas?  I’ll be serving them to a very special person so I want a really want to make a good impression.  I’d appreciate your response with any ideas that you have. Sounds like I’m serving royalty, doesn’t it? …

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Finding thankfulness in time for Thanksgiving

1 more page of empty lines left in my journal. I don’t know about you, but my journal is my lifeblood – to process, pray and simply record. So this nearing-the-end thing is a cause for panic, a race to the nearest Barnes & Noble. But it’s also a time to reminisce. As I turn back to page 1, memories come alive: On Jan. 17th,…

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Chairs and tables and sharpies….oh my!

My kitchen table is a little like me. It started out new and fresh. But, then you live a little and before you know it you’re covered in scratches and permanent stains. At one point, I got so sick of seeing the mess that I hid the table and chairs in the garage. There, I said, “it can be used as a junky garage table, that’s all it’s…

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Milestones

As a kid, I remember my dad inviting everyone traveling in our family car to huddle around him as he proudly announced that the mileage indicator was going to turn over to a new level. The anticipation in his voice left us all feeling that it was something we would regret missing and once it rolled over to the next number, would never be…

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We are who God made us to be

I’m all about encouraging you! You are a masterpiece! When God made you, God really DID break the mold. There is no other person who is like you. Knowing that we are unique should humble us. It goes even further, He can use everybody He creates. God can look at you and can see what you will become before you have actually become it.…

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Love in action

Love in Action Show me how to love the unlovable Show me how to reach the unreachable Help me now to do the impossible Matthew West “Forgiveness”…

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When you don’t know what to do

I may have made this look way easier than it seems. Perhaps I have mislead you. Stepping out on faith should be easy, but rarely ever is. Our minds get in the way of our hearts. I wonder if the Bible greats like Noah, Moses, David, Paul, the many major and minor prophets, went through the same logical thought processes. I would like to think…

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A diverse show of unity

Last night I participated in an evening of worship and prayer. It was put on by the nearly 50 churches and ministries that together comprise the Serve The City coalition. This same group had a powerful influence of healing and service to those in Linn County who suffered greatly at the hands of the Flood of ’08. Since that time,…

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Wastefully extravagant

I went to “Prodigal’ – the fall musical at Marion High School this past weekend. This is an original composition that’s written, produced and directed by choral director Jonathan Dyrland. For those who may be wondering, Jonathan is also the lead singer in the band Airwaves of which I’ve written…

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Start the day out right

In the morning, while it was still very dark, Jesus got up and went out to a deserted place, and there he prayed. (Mark 1:35) Henri Nouwen said, “It makes no sense to preach the Gospel, when I have allowed no time for my own conversation.” I have read time and time again about the importance of eating breakfast. Many of us seem satisfied…

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