Monthly Archives: July 2013

Five Minute Friday (I’ve been waiting for this one): BROKEN

In the maze of my own deceitful heart, there’s only one place I recognize:  that is the place of broken.  The chambers deep in there are full, sealed tight with the glue of pride, sturdy.  But I get lost in … Continue reading

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Why sovereignty matters

Recently, I have been blowing certain questions into the wind, wondering how in the world something so simple on paper becomes so difficult to implement in my life.  Things like, what does real rest look like? Or, how do I know if … Continue reading

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5 Minute Saturday: checking my pulse.

I have a very useful home organizer.  It is spiral-bound, it has pre-set categories already lined up with plastic tabs, and it is “written” by a Christian family so there are encouraging Scriptural references along the way as we navigate … Continue reading

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