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To Partake or Not

When asked, I said, “No. No, we don’t celebrate and/or partake in Halloween.” Good night Irene – they looked at me like I boiled the bunny and spanked the Claus. Alrighty then. Our family’s choice falls under something called personal stewardship. Our personal choice… . Some […]

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Playdates with God – a book review

Miss Laura Boggess was one of the first writers I met out here in Blogland – some seven or eight years ago. And since that time, I’ve been a devoted reader of her blogSite; in addition, I’ve read her young adult books (Brody’s Story  & […]

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20 Years Beyond Hope

My mom and I wore cowboy boots and held hands whilst we walked down the makeshift wedding aisle. Friends and family stood next to tan metal folding chairs and the August sun shone so bright that lots of guests wore sunglasses. Most invitees wore shorts, and besides […]

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Warrior – CountryGirl Style

I oscillate between showing the soft side and the gritty bit of country living — between showing who others expect me to be and who I am in the deep-downs where my very soul lives — between showing strength of self and my reliance on God. And then there’s […]

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First Step

First Step

Matthew 18:3 (NKJV): “Assuredly, I say to you, unless you are converted and become as little children, you will by no means enter the kingdom of heaven.” “The first step in entering the Kingdom of grace, is to become as little children: lowly in heart, knowing yourselves utterly ignorant & […]

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Chameleon Kid (at BibleDude.net)

Chameleon Kid (at BibleDude.net)

Sometimes I’m thumped sideways with misunderstanding. Or I’m flat out knocked down with insults. Worse yet, I’m acknowledged and then rejected. Usually though, I’m piece by piece ignored. And as a result, my Chameleon Kid hat tips backward, falls off my big ole head, and lands upside […]

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Zealous Fellas

Zealous Fellas

In the aftermath of the Oklahoma tornadoes most of us are quick to find, and sometimes even get stuck in, the miry heaps of unimaginable loss, grief, and pain. And for someone like me, an outsider to this sorta up-close devastation, I sorta feel overwhelmed, […]

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More Real and Desired

More Real and Desired

“He traced a line in the dirt with his toe. ‘This is a battlefield. Has been since Cain killed Abel. And don’t let it get complicated. Gray it ain’t. It’s black and white. Good versus evil. You might as well choose sides right now.’” “Because of the war, […]

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Postmarked to America

Postmarked to America

[Yesterday I wrote a letter to God. And today, well, I’ve got one for America. I’m dismayed and a little discouraged, but not downcast, nor hopeless. Why? My salvation is secure. If you don’t yet know the Lord as your Savior, but wanna know more, […]

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