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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:
Look for the good. This is one of my mottos. I try to practice it all the time. I have said it to my children and to my team at work: Look for the good. It’s my effort to actively believe that Romans 8:28 is true: “And we know that in all things God works […]
I’m waiting. For Irma. Her course has moved west some, but she will still cover the state of Florida, after devastating many Caribbean islands. In about 24 hours her outer bands will bring tropical storm winds and rain. Another 24 hours and we begin a night and day of Category 1-2 winds. And maybe 15” […]
I love giving space in my blog to young writers, and to special people, like my daughters. This is the second post Debbie has done for me. I love it! I posted a picture of Wonder Woman on Instagram not too long ago. A little toy with an oversized head. She was a birthday present […]
I love long prayer walks. The beach is my favorite place, right at water’s edge. Mountains are a beautiful setting, but just breathing takes a lot of my attention. Wherever I walk, the time is always a treasured conversation with God—living out my word for this year, linger. I talk with all of God—sometimes to […]
Lingering (my word this year) with God is a long learning journey for me. Sometimes I do well, other times not so much. This much I know: It’s a two-way conversation. He talks and I (hopefully) listen. And I talk—and He listens. He graciously receives all my requests, but I wonder if He isn’t eagerly […]