Remember

We have turned the page on a new year. After what we experienced in 2020, it is tempting to mentally and emotionally forget the past and simply turn to the future. I would suggest the opposite would be a better course of action. I would suggest you do some intentional remembering—sit with the Lord to […]

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You Are Enough

The new year is quickly approaching. Our culture tends to look to a new year as a time to change habits, weight, relationships, and so much more. Self improvement is good as long as the incentive to change comes from a spiritually healthy place.  Before you decide to exercise more, eat less or differently, use […]

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Living Waters in a Drought Season

The year of 2020 has brought more than its fair share of challenges. You might be one who laughs at the word challenges and says, “More like disasters!” as income and job opportunities dried up. On the flip side, you might be one who suddenly finds yourself running faster and harder to keep up with […]

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ANCIENT PATHS

“Cobblestones.” The word dropped into my spirit as I sat at the easel, developing what would be a prototype for a commissioned piece. Thus began the journey that brings me to this morning when the Lord said, “Write what I have shown you.”  The word “cobblestone” brought up memories of the ancient city of Volterra, […]

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Do you run with a Coach or a Trainer?

Football season is upon us. In our house that means I might not be able to engage my husband for a few hours on either Saturday or Sunday, or both. That’s okay. As Rick is watching his beloved Badgers or Packers, I have the freedom to go to one of my favorite places: my workout […]

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It’s a New Day

This is the day the Lord has made. We will rejoice and be glad in it. Every day is a new day. Every day brings a new sunrise, sunset, and 24 hours until the next day. Every day brings new opportunities, challenges, and choices. But some days feel newer than others don’t they? There are […]

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What do you have to lose?

  Life is full of “in between”.  Ben and Jerry discovered a fortune could be built by putting the “in between” of life into an ice cream flavor.   Chocolate chip cookie dough is the “in between” of a list of ingredients and baked morsels of yumminess.    As a fiber artist, I loved the process […]

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