2021 didn’t exactly sneak up on me, but I had some challenges that made it hard to focus on things that needed to get done. Starting in February 2020, my family lost six family members, a friend and our nearly 16-year-old puppy. A few days ago, we said our final
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Will 2021 be the time you finally read the entire Bible in a year? I hope so; there’s nothing more rewarding than developing a habit of time with the Lord in daily prayer and Bible reading. I’ve read the entire Bible several times over the years, and I say that
He held her hearts in his hands The day of 11-year-old Emily Harmon’s heart transplant in January 2017, a profound truth hit her mother: “As I shook the surgeon’s hand, it hit me that his hands had held both of Emily’s hearts today,” Tanya said. As Christians who believe in
I’m not sure when I discovered the beauty of a computer shortcut – or exactly when I dubbed myself the Queen of Keyboard Shortcuts. 🙂 But I LOVE them. I had used PC systems at all four of my summer newspaper internships, but it wasn’t until my senior year of
I rarely think about visiting my dad’s grave. Usually someone else suggests it. This evening, it was Bruce. We had eaten dinner out, and as we got into the car I wasn’t ready to come home just yet. “Let’s drive by the river,” I suggested. “Go to the cemetery?” Bruce
April 20, 2019
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