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“Enough”

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There is a cup called “Enough” And I pour myself all in… All my abilities and dreams All that I am and all that I have But it’s sorely short of filling this cup It’s just. not. enough.   Until He pours His plenty into my not enough And suddenly my sorely lacking…(Read More)

Happy, Sweet New Year

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This is a revised re-post celebrating and diving into the beautiful symbolism of Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year.  Since Jesus was a Jew, I find it adds to the depth of my understanding of who God is when our family celebrates the Jewish Feasts as believers in Christ.  It’s not something we…(Read More)

Revealing the Cover!

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I am utterly amazed and humbled to see this book, which started as a whisper, come to life! God tenderly spoke to me the heart message for Refining Identity 9 years ago…and it has taken form in a way that reaches beyond the shadows of my computer files. I wanted to share the final…(Read More)

Surrender All To Me

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Today’s post is by Summer Hoover, a guest contributor and dear friend, full of wisdom.  This particular poem has touched me deeply and challenged me to closely examine what I may be holding onto that needs to be released to God.  I know it will bless you today!     After a lifetime of living…(Read More)

As a mom, I tend to say “no” a lot.  It has many forms: “maybe in a little bit”…”not right now”…”let me finish this first”…”just a minute” (then an hour passes)…”Mommy’s busy right now”…and so on. And, yes, there are perfectly appropriate times for “no”: “no, don’t touch…(Read More)

I never would’ve imagined not being able to talk at the Declare Conference I attended this past weekend.  I’ve looked forward to this for a year…planning to meet wonderful women who love Jesus and writing as much as I do…talking with the many sponsors that helped make this event possible about…(Read More)

So, the raw truth…at first I didn’t want to be a foster mom.  As in, I said, “Never!”  A string of excuses ensued… “I don’t want to deal with government bureaucracy.” “What if I fall in love and can’t let them go?” “What if we can’t afford it?” “What if…(Read More)

The Stillness Grey

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Fallen leaves embrace dark corners outside the ground floor. Pushed aside, off the trail; product of a few, fenced trees. They are left to be forgotten amidst a concrete and civilized world Until carried away by the promised rain. Layers of dust removed; purity replaces former adulteration Penetrating even the most shadowed spaces, As living…(Read More)

  I don’t know about you, but I for one have walked (several times, in fact) down a road of wondering who I am…who I’m supposed to be.  I’ve tried to answer that question myself many times, with each instance leaving me feeling like I’ve failed. Again. I’ve tried…(Read More)

  I’ll admit I’m not so savvy about the options of phones out there…especially when it comes to comparing features and all.  But one thing I do know about my phone is that the speaker phone setting leaves a lot to be desired. So, when my husband is calling from an out…(Read More)

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