Musings

Six Hours One Friday

Six Hours One Friday ~ Living the Power of the Cross Today’s inspiration comes from: Six Hours One Friday by Max Lucado He was uneasy. He had been since noon. It wasn’t the deaths that troubled him. The centurion was no stranger to finality. Over the years he’d grown callous...

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Goodbye Winter, Hello Spring

Goodbye Winter, Hello Spring The flowers are springing up, the season of singing birds has come, and the cooing of turtledoves fills the air. Song of Solomon 2:12 NLT  Spring is such an amazing time of year. It’s a time when billions upon billions of plants—everything from trees and bushes to...

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He Restores My Soul

He Restores My Soul – Continued from It’s a Jungle Out There Part 2 from It’s a Jungle Out There: The Burden of Hopelessness From Max Lucado’s book: Traveling Light He restores my soul. Your Shepherd knows that you were not made for this place. He knows you are not...

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It’s a Jungle Out There

It’s a Jungle Out There: The Burden of Hopelessness From Max Lucado’s book: Traveling Light He restores my soul. — Psalm 23:3 NKJV I wonder if you could imagine yourself in a jungle. A dense jungle. A dark jungle. Your friends convinced you it was time for a once-in-a-lifetime trip,...

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Why Women Need Other Women

Why Women Need Other Women By Maggie Yow – DaySpring About a month ago, I was asked to speak at a Mother’s Day Breakfast at my local church. I knew that the audience would be very diverse — all women of all ages. This opportunity was an honor, but it...

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Four Kinds of Friends We All Need

The Four Kinds of Friends We All Need Jennifer Dukes Lee – DaySpring I was a first-grader. It was a warm spring day, so all of the kids had stripped off their heavy coats at recess and left them in a big pile. As I walked past the pile, I heard...

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Embracing Spring: A Time of Renewal

Embracing Spring: A Time of Renewal As the frost of winter begins to thaw and the buds of spring peek through the soil, there’s a palpable sense of renewal in the air. Spring, with its promise of warmer days and blooming flowers, serves as a gentle reminder of the cyclical...

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Trust in the Lord

Trust in the Lord

Trust in the Lord By Krista Taylor Trust in the LORD.…with all your heart, in all your ways… There was a time last year when our family went through the furnace. We live next to the war in Ukraine, and my husband has been deeply involved in humanitarian aid efforts....

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Overcoming Winter Blues

Embracing the Winter Glow: A Guide to Overcoming Winter Blues As winter blankets the world in a layer of frost and snow, many people find themselves grappling with the winter blues. The chilly weather, shorter days, and lack of sunlight can often lead to feelings of lethargy and low mood. ...

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Doodling & Your Wellness

Embracing Doodles: Unveiling the Wellness and Mindset Benefits In a world bustling with constant demands and digital distractions, finding a simple yet powerful tool to enhance wellness and mindset is a quest many embark upon.  Enter doodling – a creative and often underestimated practice that can significantly contribute to your...

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New Years Resolutions

Why I Finally Decided to Stop Making Weight Loss My New Year’s Resolution Today I wanted to share Andy’s story with y’all. She is a Registered Dietitian & Founder of Beautiful Eats & Things. Her energy and light is contagious.  Check her story out!  Why I Finally Decided to Stop...

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Embracing Fresh Beginnings

Embracing Fresh Beginnings: A Celebration of the New Year As the clock strikes midnight and fireworks illuminate the night sky, we bid farewell to the old and welcome the new. The New Year is a time for reflection, resolutions, and rejoicing in the possibilities that lie ahead. It’s a universal...

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