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He Can’t Find His Keys

I was listening to Real Oldies a couple of Saturdays ago when Paul Petersen’s fun She Can’t Find Her Keys wafted through the speakers. Little did I know it was a prophetic song — with she replaced by he and … Continue reading

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Healing River

I received an e-mail from a friend of mine the other day. I hadn’t heard from Mitch Teemley for awhile, although I do periodically check out his blog, The Power of Story. He offers stories with a message.  Or, as … Continue reading

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Talk Is Cheap

Our Words for the Week come from Dick Innes founder of Acts International, a website designed to help enrich and enhance the personal and relational life of visitors;  to help deal with the challenging issues and struggles almost everyone faces … Continue reading

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Holy Spirit, Ever Dwelling

“Holy Spirit, ever dwelling, In the holiest realms of light; Holy Spirit, ever brooding, O’er a world of gloom and night; Holy Spirit, ever raising, Those of earth to thrones on high; Living, life-imparting Spirit, You we praise and magnify. … Continue reading

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When Words Get in the Way

I had planned to post a review today. I can’t. After plugging through the book, there just wasn’t much positive I could say. I realize how important reviews are, and I didn’t want to saddle the book with a low … Continue reading

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Courage Is …

Walk the Talk is a book by Eric Harvey and Steve Ventura, edited by Michelle Sedas. Walking the talk — and translating beliefs into behaviors — is the very essence of character and integrity for both individuals and organizations. I … Continue reading

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A Temporary Residence

Today’s devotion is by Laura Hurd from Wesleyan Publishing House’s Light from the Word . But now, Lord, what do I look for? My hope is in you. (Psalm 39:7 NIV) As a newlywed, life held great promise. I was … Continue reading

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Five Minute Friday — Forward

Open mouth, insert prompt. Prior to Thursday night’s Twitter Party, Kate asked for some prompt suggestions. She received a lot of quality thoughts — Reunited, Remember, Transition, Perseverance, Resilience, Privilege, Paradox, Persistent, Perception, Obfuscate, Cry, Lament, Unity, Awaken, Brilliance, Drive-by, … Continue reading

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WKU

There is something special about a college town. There is something extra special on campus. It doesn’t matter whether it’s a Division I university, an offshoot campus, a Division III college or a private institution. They are little communities nestled … Continue reading

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Good News, Bad News … and Just News

It’s been a mixed week in my writing world. No, I haven’t penned many new words on my WIP … but I’ll get to that in a second. Let’s bring you up to date. The good news is my Christmas … Continue reading

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