The Wayfinding Bible

The Wayfinding Bible

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Shortly before my diagnosis of Cogan’s Dystrophy, I was given the unexpected opportunity to receive and review a copy of The Wayfinding Bible (Tyndale, 2013). Happy to have been asked to do this I waited for my copy to arrive. Unfortunately, the bible arrived in the mail a week after my first cornea abrasion, leaving […]

Santa or Jesus: Which Story Is Yours?

Santa or Jesus: Which Story Is Yours?

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Christmas Eve night, I went to my church for the celebration service. We sang Christmas carols, shared communion, and heard a children’s version of Luke 2 from a shepherd’s point of view. The building was still experiencing power issues so the praise team and worship leaders played acoustic guitars, mandolin, and piano backlit by a line […]

Christmas Memories

Christmas Memories

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I love holidays. Birthdays. Valentines Day. Independence Day. Memorial Day. Halloween. Thanksgiving. If there is a reason to decorate my house, give a card, create a gift, bake cookies, reach out to people, or toast a friend with a paper cup filled with fruit punch, count me in. Growing up, my family observed many traditions to […]

If It Talks Like a Duck

If It Talks Like a Duck

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I’m not a fan of Duck Dynasty. No. Seriously. I’m not. Thom and I have watched the show a few times. We like the Robertsons. They are very amusing, down to earth people. There are just other television programs we prefer to watch. But, we do appreciate how “Duck Commander” Phil Robertson (and all his […]

Discipleship Matters

Discipleship Matters

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My husband, Thom, shared a very interesting article by Mike Breen detailing the reasons why the “Missional” church movement  (not to mention other various “seeker friendly” or “church planting” initiatives and movements active today) will fail in ten to fifteen years. The reason may not be what you think. It’s not because we live in a […]

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