Monthly Archives: October 2013

Trippin’ Through The Web Thursdays

This week and last week are all smashed up together for me. Maybe because our youngest has been sick since Friday night. There were several nights where I didn’t sleep. Then my husband got sick. And then our eldest. I … Continue reading

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Now Really, Do I Want God’s Will To Be Done?

I think about how often we express our desire that God’s will be done in our lives. Sometimes we quote John 3:30 where John the Baptist says this in response to Jesus’s growing popularity, “He must become greater and I … Continue reading

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Rapacious Relationships: Using People Because We Crave Their Influence

I don’t like networking if it means using someone under the guise of friendship. Sometimes professional contacts do result in genuine friendships and camaraderie. That has happened to me plenty of times. But, I have a problem with feigning interest … Continue reading

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Bitter Envy & Comparison: And What To Do

“Therefore, rid yourselves of all malice and all deceit, hypocrisy, envy, and slander of every kind. Like newborn babies, crave pure spiritual milk, so that by it you may grow up in your salvation, now that you have tasted that the Lord is … Continue reading

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Friday Feature: Elisabeth Klein Corcoran on the end of a (Christian) marriage

I think this will be helpful for many. Author and speaker Elisabeth Klein Corcoran graciously agreed to do a Q&A with me about the unraveling of a Christian marriage. Elisabeth’s new book, Unraveling: Holding on to Your Faith through the … Continue reading

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