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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:
February 17 has been designated Random Acts of Kindness Day. (I’m not sure who gets to make all these “Day Designations.”) But surely Random Acts of Kindness is a good one. Looking to be kind on one day can lead to more days–and maybe a way of life. Intentionality can create change. So here are […]
“You are such a know-it-all.” These words from a close high school friend stung. I may have defended myself to her, and probably felt some resentment. But the words lingered and I thought about why she would say that. Yes, did have a tendency to think I am right, that I know what is best, […]
In the year of my 70th birthday, I also celebrated 50 years of serving on the staff of Campus Crusade for Christ (Cru). These two Jubilee milestones offered me a wonderful opportunity for reflection. And since I believe in year-long celebrations, I took a year (actually longer!) to intentionally ponder what has become important to […]
Tragedy, loss, disappointment—we all experience them in life. The best place to turn at such time is to God. Bronwyn Lea, editor of Christine Caine’s Propel Sophia newsletter, asked me to share some thoughts on how to pray in those difficult times. A special offer: I would love to have you join the Kindling family. […]
This post is part of an ongoing series on Kingdom Women—women God has used and is using in His great Kingdom endeavor. Jordan Stroman entered the 4th-grade classroom and took in the scene, smiling. But when she rolled into the room in her electric wheelchair, tipped at a comfortable angle to minimize the pain in […]