Tag Archives: habits

This is Love

This is Love The Holy Spirit showed me: Every day, every minute, time and time again, You are blotting out my sins, cleansing my heart. Let me tell anyone who will hear it. A newborn babe! I’m Your newborn baby! … Continue reading

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Game Changer for Artists (and Everyone Else)

Accepting the fact that my “hobbies” are more than a pastime, has shifted how I feel about spending time on my art and writing. Talk about a game changer! How open are you to the idea that when you give … Continue reading

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does this make any sense?

One of Innumerable Examples   You could pretend you’re still normal As you (for example) Channel surf Just wantin’ to zone out And land on yet another Shockumentary   But you carry the SPARK In your humble paper sack   … Continue reading

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“You’re Welcome!” (not)

Traffic is heavy, moving like a dried up earthworm. Good Christian that I am, I flash my lights to signal to the driver in the crossroad that he can enter the main highway, even though I have the right of … Continue reading

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Good Book FREE: Confessions of a Prayer Slacker

Confessions of a Prayer Slacker deserves all the 5-star reviews it’s getting. At the moment, the Kindle version is FREE. The tone is humorous and approachable. Never preachy, yet backed with solid knowledge and scripture.

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Get Knocked Conscious with Relentless Love

I’m selective about which books I read..and am so happy to recommend Relentless Love. It’s easy for me to read words but not pay attention to their meaning. It happens with fiction, non-fiction, instruction manuals…you name it. I can slip … Continue reading

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Delete the Tapes

As always when I call Becky every four months or so for a catch up, we quickly delve into deep conversations. This call was no different. “I remember Mom enrolled me in a dance class when I was a little … Continue reading

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