Devotionals

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Recently my family watched the movie, Armageddon. Gosh, that is such a great movie! (If you haven’t seen it, you need to – it’s included with Amazon Prime.) There are many takeaways from that movie and without spoiling too much, the main theme of the movie is making most of the present because tomorrow is not […]

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It was a rare February occurrence in Michigan, a nearly 50-degree weather day. Snow was melting, sun was shining, people were walking, and for the first time of the year, green grass made its appearance. All of it was a welcomed glimpse of what is possible for those who weather the dark, cold, and bitterness […]

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I felt my heart breaking in a bazillion pieces. Each shard of glass that fell pricked my soul, like tiny slivers stuck in one’s foot after stepping on a piece of rough wood. I couldn’t get them out, though I didn’t want to. Each little fragment cut me in a different way, reminding me there […]

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Deep down, I want more from the days of the present, but I heard a whisper the other day reminding me the present is a present. Sure, things don’t make sense right now but did they ever really? I’m frustrated in this season and I want to return to the normal chaos of life, but right now, today, […]

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I interrupt your holiday festivities to bring you this message… …it is time for a break before the seasons break you. Friend, it is time for a time out, a refreshment of a little coffee and a whole lotta Jesus before your holidays become a holidaze. I’m not talking literal coffee, although, that would be […]

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My eldest child developed an interest in gardening this year. With the help of my dad (her grandfather) and her dad (my husband), she cultivated a pretty impressive home garden with a bounty our whole family was able to enjoy throughout the summer and early into the fall.  The experience taught my daughter that intentionality […]

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