Faith

Set A Guard

I have a one kid who is a talker.  I don’t mean she just likes to talk about her day or what interests her.  I mean she can talk about anything and everything with anyone.  Most of the time it’s endearing and her questions or comments are not rude. For instance, once when I was …

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It’s Not the Dress That Makes the Bride Beautiful

Don’t you just love wedding season? Stately churches are decorated with gorgeous flowers.  Monogrammed programs and napkins are neatly stacked.  An endless processional ensues of bridesmaids wearing similar dresses of the latest fashion that may or may not be flattering to their body type.  The Father of the Bride holds out his arm to escort …

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Stained Glass

The following post is written by Lindsay King.  She describes herself as a simple, southern mama with a wonderful husband and three kids. She has spent the last decade training in speech-language pathology, becoming a mom, and learning how to lead others in Bible study. Lindsay is looking forward to this new season of life as she …

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America the Broken

I live in a bubble. Not a perfect bubble, but it is pretty insulated. But no bubble exists today for the city of Baltimore, as it has been burst wide open. Monday’s riots were described as “crazy,” “chaotic,” and “surreal.” Protesters were outraged over the death of Freddie Gray and what they perceive to be …

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