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Rooted

Part 3 of 4RootedGrowing up in Tulsa, Oklahoma, I was blessed to have grandparents who regularly took me to church with them. It was a small Bible church which met in a plain building with a metal roof and little adornment within. But what the church lacked in terms of aesthetic appeal, it more than […]

Rooted in the Word

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Rooted

Part 1 of 4RootedSeveral years ago, my mom planted her favorite tree in her front yard. It was a tree she had always admired but had never before attempted to grow. It was a Purple Leaf Plum, which puts out gorgeous, deep purply-black leaves. After a few years, the tree appeared to be thriving. It […]

How To Cultivate Deep Roots

In the year 1850, the following lines by the famed Victorian poet, Tennyson, were published.  Ring out the old, ring in the new,Ring, happy bells, across the snow:The year is going, let him go;Ring out the false, ring in the new. Tennyson In this second stanza of his much-loved poem, “Ring out, wild bells,” the […]

Ring in the New

Part 6 of 6Digging Deeper - SoilsDigging Deeper - Soil Series Week 5 Before digging in to The Good Soil check out weeks 1-4 here . Luke describes the good soil in this way: “But others fell on good ground, sprang up, and yielded a crop a hundredfold” (Luke 8:8). The use of the phrase […]

The Good Soil

Part 4 of 6Digging Deeper - SoilsDigging Deeper - Soil Series Week 3 Before digging in to The Rocky Soil check out weeks one and two here . For the first twelve years of our marriage, my husband and I were renters. Before moving to our current home, we rented a nice townhome with a […]

The Rocky Soil

Like so many others the world over, our family has been experiencing a time of significant testing since my husband was furloughed from his job in mid-March. The ramifications of sudden job loss have been numerous, and I'd be lying if I said we weren't stressed. In an attempt to get our minds off the […]

Pinning Our Hopes on Eternity

My favorite hobby is gardening. I find it so rewarding to watch something small and unimpressive grow and develop into something vibrant and flourishing! But gardening takes patience, something I sorely lack. I bristle when I receive the dreaded answers of "wait," "maybe," or "I'm not sure." I don't want to wait for a decision. […]

Wait...and See

Part 2 of a 2 Part Series Check out Part 1 of this series to catch the first part of Kelley's Story in her journey of looking back to move forward. As I sang along to the song "oceans" on each Sunday that fall, I began to pray and ask the Lord to make its […]

Look Back To Move Forward-Part II

Part 1 of a 2 Part Series Last week, my husband lost a job which he had essentially worked to attain since he was 15 years old.  A chef by trade, last June, my husband was offered a position as the Assistant General Manager over Food and Beverage at a large hotel in our area.  […]

Look Back To Move Forward-Part I
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