Posts Tagged ‘God’

Developing Hospitality

As I sat down to broach this topic of hospitality, I laughed to myself, as I’m not often hospitable. How can I write about something I don’t excel in? I began to reflect on someone who exhibits hospitality. Instantly Evon McDonald came to mind. I know Evon through Young Living, and I’ve been a guest of…

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Insomnia: Insights into the Physical, Spiritual, and Emotional

Let me start out by saying I’m not a physician. I’m a Christian with a biology background and trained in the dental field, but I also have some understanding of the “natural” world. I believe God has given me some insight into this condition. Circadian rhythm is an important part of sleep. Have you ever…

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The Road Called Money

I often think of C.S. Lewis’s book The Screwtape Letters. If you’ve not read it, I strongly encourage you to do so. In this book, Lewis presents a premise: the devil doesn’t want you in the middle of the road (representing truth), regardless of which road you choose. He wants you in the ditch. The…

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The Greatest Need

My eyes caught a glance of him. The salt and pepper scraggles poking out of his beard drew my attention. I motioned towards my husband with my eyes and head. We surveyed the weather worn straw hat. Saw the heavy glasses held together with duct tape. Caught a glance of his shirt that he carefully…

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Growing and Thriving Where We are Planted

Quite a few weeks ago when it was still pleasant to be outside I tried to spend as much time as possible enjoying the great weather since I knew that when it disappeared it would be gone for months.  So, during that time period, my husband came home for lunch one day and I suggested…

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Three Chairs

Leif Hetland of Bethel Church once taught a message regarding three chairs. I’ve often thought of and quoted this message, but I want to share God’s latest variation, really furtherance of my understanding, regarding it. The three chairs are a representation of the spiritual lives people live. There’s a chair for everyone. The first chair…

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