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Sacrifice – My Word for the Year

I read an article in the January issue of Guideposts Magazine that author Debbie Macomber has a daily practice of choosing one word to focus on as part of her meditation and devotion for an entire year.  Each word has changed … Continue reading

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What Does All of This Mean?

In about two hours, it will be the monthiversary of my being back in Richmond.  I can’t believe it’s been a month and at the same time, it’s been the longest month I’ve faced. There is so much to write … Continue reading

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The Human Side of Jelly Bean

A lot has happened since we spoke last.  A week ago, I began my trek down south and have landed back in Virginia a week ago Sunday.  It was a good trip. We made it in 10 hours, including the … Continue reading

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Searching for the Spark

All of my thoughts in this discernment of uncertainty and hope bring me to a point that this process is indeed a roller coaster. There are good moments and there are not-so-good moments. This week has brought out both. I … Continue reading

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Who Am I?

“Because you are precious in my sight, and honored, and I love you, I give people in return for you, nations in exchange for your life.” – Isaiah 43:4 So, “Who am I”? As we journey through Lent, that question … Continue reading

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Why Proverbs? It has to do with a Lighthouse

As I work on this new “blought” thing, I have been focusing on some scripture that keeps coming to mind. Proverbs 3:5-6 is my “favorite” if you will. I have a hard time saying favorite because there are many scriptures … Continue reading

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