O! But It Does!

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A very frustrated woman looks at her husband and says, “It really doesn’t matter anymore.” You see she has been bringing this subject up for years. You know the one. Things aren’t right. Can we see a counselor? We need…

What’s Your Attitude Towards Service?

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If the Bible were a movie, her total time on screen would have been less than 5 minutes. Yet what little we know about her life screamed service. In Matthew 8:14-15 we read three sentences about Peter’s mother-in-law: “Now when Jesus had…

Rejoice In The Rain By Brittanie Latorilla

Rejoice In The Rain

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“That was supposed to be me…” ‘Romans 12:15 Rejoice with those who rejoice, weep with those who weep.’ When we see women our age -or younger- progressing to the next stage in life -without us- perhaps we feel a mixture…

The Lost Art of Brokenness

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  “My brokenness is a better bridge for people than my pretend wholeness ever was.” Sheila Walsh I was putting away clothes in my daughter’s closet when I overheard a conversation my daughter was having with her cousin. Although they…

Leper to Leaper

In Articles/Devotions, Healing/Hope

The healing of the leper is a story that has reached new heights for me recently. Recently having lived through temporary paralysis in my right leg, being in a wheel chair, it still has a possibility of coming back, all…

Finding God’s Presence

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Last weekend, I was out in nature with my husband, Matt, and our girls.  We love to hike and explore as a family.  There are no distractions, but plenty to do.  Nature allows us to connect with each other and…

Break the Silence

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This post is an honor of my beloved angel in heaven, Reese Madison.  She was born eight years ago and lived two short days on earth.  October is Pregnancy and Infant Loss Awareness month.  This month helps women all over…

Life Sustaining Water

In Articles/Devotions, Healing/Hope

  The healing process for a branch that has been pruned is similar to that of receiving a deep cut. Once the cut is made, the branch naturally seals off the wound so that fresh tissue can grow over the…