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Read my latest blog entries (below) or visit my blog, Kindling, to become a fireseed who will spread the holy flames of God’s love and forgiveness to people around you.
My Latest Blog Entries:
Christmas is the season of open hearts and minds. People wonder what Jesus really has to do with all the festivities. They have questions about God they haven’t considered before. How do you help them? My friend Marilyn Adamson tells how to have meaningful short conversations and offers an amazing website to engage just those […]
Once a month I write a letter to the wonderful Prayer for Prodigals community I am part of. Often those letters, though specific to those who love a prodigal, apply to any or all of us in the challenging circumstances of life. Dear Lover of Prodigals, My prodigal seldom had money to buy Christmas gifts. […]
I want you to meet my friend Mary De Muth. We met several years ago when our mutual friend, Mary Graham, said we must get together. So we had coffee and shared a lot of our lives. We connected. We love Jesus. We have Texas in common—I’m from Texas (but live in Florida) and she […]
I’m grateful for a day and a season for remembering and expressing gratitude. And I am especially thankful that God has taught me—over and over—the need for and blessings from “giving thanks in all things.” A few days ago I was thanking God for some great answers to prayer, which led me to look back […]
I’ve been wanting a guest post by Gail Dudley for some time. When I read her reports from her several weeks at a prayer retreat in Germany, I knew I wanted you to experience that with her. May “what she knows” expand “what you know” about a deepening relationship with our God. It has been […]