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    Handwritten Notes and Blessings

    They’re simple gestures, handwritten notes in stamped and addressed envelopes. It’s an extraordinary gesture in the digital age of text, email, and social media messaging. Electronic communication is convenient and immediate,

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    Light Amid the Depth of Life

    I literally left everything that I worked for on God’s altar to follow Him to–“wherever.”  That was in 2000, and “wherever” happened to be 2000 miles from my “home.” Now,

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    Flowers & Arrows

    William wore a hair shirt somewhere around Italy, shows you what I know about saints. Little picture cards litter the chaplain’s desk, flowers and arrows pierce the heart. A yard

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  • I REFUSED TO HONOR DAD

    Falling in love changed my view of Father’s Day. The third Sunday in June is supposed to be a day to honor our fathers and thank them for all they’ve

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  • Honoring Our Parents

    Listen to your father who gave you life, and do not despise your mother when she is old. Proverbs 23:22 “We needed your parents information, not your grandparents,” my teacher

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Handwritten Notes and Blessings

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They’re simple gestures, handwritten notes in stamped and addressed envelopes. It’s an extraordinary gesture in the digital age of text, email, and social media messaging. Electronic communication is convenient and immediate, unlike handwritten communication. According to Simon Garfield, author of “To The Letter, A Celebration of the Lost Art of Letter Writing” critics dating back to Queen Victoria have complained that letter

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Light Amid the Depth of Life

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I literally left everything that I worked for on God’s altar to follow Him to–“wherever.”  That was in 2000, and “wherever” happened to be 2000 miles from my “home.” Now, this wasn’t an easy, smeasy letting go. I didn’t simply hear, listen and obey, and walk in peace. My release required explosions (more than one) and a bit of medical drama (too

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Flowers & Arrows

Maureen Hager

William wore a hair shirt somewhere around Italy, shows you what I know about saints. Little picture cards litter the chaplain’s desk, flowers and arrows pierce the heart. A yard and B yard assemblies, melting pot of hot heads and maimed spirits. We gather to pray here, two or more the math of heaven. Just a closer walk; the forgiven

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So Are We in This World…or Not?

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People see Jesus differently. The armed crowd coming into Gethsemane sought to arrest an enemy of the state and when He answered their query with, “I AM He.” they fell to the ground. All they recognized in their blindness was duty. When Peter was pointed out in the courtyard by a servant girl as a follower of Jesus he missed

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Tuppence A Day

Richard and Robert Sherman wrote what is deemed as Walt Disney’s favorite song – Feed the Birds. In the 1964 Disney hit, Mary Poppins, she sings of an old woman who sits on the steps of St. Paul’s Cathedral selling bags of breadcrumbs to those who passed by. “Feed the birds, tuppence a bag.” The old woman’s plight, to not

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