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Stewarding Our Time

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Over the last year or so, I’ve been periodically sharing on stewardship. As you can tell by now, being a faithful steward over all God has given me is very important. Especially when I consider that he owns it all. My job or purpose is to manage well everything he …

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Declutter

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We’ve been in our home for over twenty years, and stuff accumulates. Lots of stuff. Overwhelming amounts of stuff.

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Finish Well

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Finish Well is the title of one of the daily devotionals in Cara Whitney’s Unbridled Faith: 100 Devotions from the Horse Farm. As I perused it the other day, I snickered. “Finish well,” I thought. “How about finishing at all?” I have numerous projects in the starting stage. Some have …

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Meet the Author, Part 2

This week, it’s my pleasure to once again welcome debut author, Rachelle Harp. She first joined us on  December 11, 2019, to talk about her novel, The Breakout. In the earlier post, Rachelle shared her vision of a story world where people were physically separated into zones based in large part …

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Christmas Remembered

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I won’t be posting a blog next week because Christmas falls on Wednesday. Instead, this week I’m posting a blog from a couple of years ago because it’s one of my favorite Christmas memories. As the day of Jesus’ birth draws closer, I’m reminiscing more and more. I’m not sure …

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Meet the Author

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Today, it is my honor to welcome my long-time writing friend, Rachelle Harp, to this blog. Ours is a relationship where iron has definitely sharpened iron, especially in the writing craft. We’re celebrating the release of her debut novel, The Breakout, a fascinating story that I thoroughly enjoyed reading and …

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The Meaning of Christmas

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It’s that time of year when I think many of us ponder the questions, “What’s it all about?” “What’s the meaning of all this decorating and buying?” “Why do we do it?” This year, the meaning of Christmas is stirring in me at deeper levels. I’m seeing the season in …

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