Monthly Archives: July, 2017

Hopscotch The Godly Way

At school there were painted hopscotches (sp?) Where we used rocks and had rules to hop and tried to get to the next round and win the game. Mental health to me is sort of like this… It took a while to even realize I had the option to hop… I was so down in …

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Honesty Prayer Perfect Plan Pity

Catherine Marshall was a fantastic author who wrote an incredible book on prayer. She talks about prayer and how we need to ask for prayer and it sometimes that’s all we want to do is ask for something and move on. If you’re reading this blog posting right now you have the internet somehow. Twenty …

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Reality vs Thoughts

It’s easy to write from this side of the screen and have ideological thoughts about how life is lived and everything is peachy-keen and then get up from the keyboard and have life smack me right in the face… Now to those people who know me in real life… say, laugh, raise your eyebrows, look …

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Mental Health and Faith

One of my all time favorite pastors is Chuck Swindoll… He preaches with humor and eloquence, love and truth while showing me who God really, that God He loves me and then Chuck guides me to know God better… In a recent email Chuck talks about endearing faith… And it’s totally CR (to me at …

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That One Person

There is always that one person… The one who has cleaned up the result of bad choices of a party, brings us the chicken noodle soup when we’re sick and home in bed with a bad cold, babysit our children on short notice, will actually pick us up at 3 in the morning, but they fly …

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