Monthly Archives: November 2009

Thoughts About How God Views His Children

We have returned from visiting Shawn’s family for Thanksgiving. We had a wonderful time at his brother Chris’ house. Chris and his wife Michelle hosted. I realize that food, fellowship, and ease are not things everyone here or throughout the … Continue reading

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On Humility Trust and Stability

Here is a nourishing excerpt from Dennis Okholm’s book: Monk Habits For Everyday PeopleSuch trust that accompanies humility must characterize not only our relationship with God but our relationship with those in whose company we are being sanctified . . … Continue reading

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The Discipline of the Routine

Monotony. How we’d love to escape it. Cleaning our rooms, making our beds, doing dishes or laundry–none of these are very exciting. Yet, in the last several years, I’ve learned a thing or two about routine chores. For me, they … Continue reading

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Gone for the Week!

Dear Readers, I’ll be away from the computer for the rest of this week. I’ll resume posting when I get back! God’s peace to you! Marlena

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See My Blog Post on Christianity Today’s Blog: Her.meneutics!

http://blog.christianitytoday.com/women/2009/11/stanton_jones_cedarvilleout

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