SUNRISE: No Clouds, No Glory

SUNRISE: No Clouds, No Glory

On Wednesday this week, heeding my predawn morning alarm was especially difficult. The past couple of weeks have been an exhausting whirlwind, containing too much running around and wildly inconsistent October weather. The shifting temperatures and wonky barometric pressure have rendered me a sniffly, wiped-out mess. However, it’s that time of year when I get…

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The Lost Seashell

The Lost Seashell

For a week in July this past summer, I had the honor of serving the Lord with my husband and 11-year old daughter on a missions trip in Antigua. We worked hard during the week we were there. The team was busy running a vacation bible school, feeding the homeless, and doing street ministry. After…

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For everything there is a season, and a time for every matter under heaven. Ecclesiastes 3:1

The Quiet Season

Summertime. It’s a magical season of the impossible becoming possible: losing weight, getting organized, writing tons of material. As a high school teacher, my summers off provide the time to do all the things that seem impossible to do during the school year. Lost amid sheaves of papers to grade, meetings to attend, and a…

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Mission Dreams

Mission Dreams

The ladies’ room of the Newark International Airport smelled like Fruity Pebbles, which was a pleasanter welcome than you’d expect. Conversely, the weather outside was stifling, pretty much like the clime we’d just come from, one situated much closer to the equator. Who would guess that nearly 3,000 miles north it would be equally as…

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