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A Crying Woman On Easter

As a little girl, Easter was a little uncomfortable for me. First of all, the 1980’s was the Era of Awkward Easter Dresses. Stiff and frilly. We were made to wear over-sized hats (which no one really ever wears). Add to that a corsage. A large Easter Orchid. (Let me say that a six-year-old needs … Continue reading

I Want To Be The "One"

Then one of them, when he saw that he was healed, turned back, praising God with a loud voice; and he fell on his face at Jesus’ feet, giving him thanks. – Luke 17:15,16 Ten lepers healed. But only one turned back to say thank you to Jesus. Only one who returned to say thank … Continue reading

Today Is A Big Day – Pray.

Cancer: noun. a malignant tumor of potentially unlimited growth that expands locally by invasion and systemically by metastasis B) an abnormal bodily state marked by such tumors C)something evil or malignant that spreads destructively. I believe I can say, in 100% confidence, that everyone I know has been affected by this word. Everyone reading this. … Continue reading

In Spite of Cussing and Southern Comfort

There was a time in my life when I stood outside, looking in on the Christian way of life. I was an onlooker. Through the window I could see joy, deep joy, peace, freedom, authentic laughter and meaningful friendships. Christians were fascinating to watch. But I was just that…a watcher. An outsider. By choice. I … Continue reading

…With Sober Judgement…

Rebuke. “The word itself doesn’t sound very kind. But it is. Rebuke is meant to help you see yourself with accuracy.” – Ted TrippLooking at myself with accurate eyes can be painful. And ugly. But this week the Lord is guiding me through the mucky waters of my inner self; reviewing the attitudes and intentions … Continue reading

He Heals the Broken Heart – Really.

Friday night, the telephone rang and woke me from a sound sleep. 11:44p.m. My dad was driving to my house from Virginia. He should have arrived around midnight. He never made it. “Becky, its about your dad. He’s had an episode while driving into town. He had to stop. We think he’s had a heart … Continue reading