November 2015 Final Issue
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Tag Archives: 2014-May

Confessing and Receiving at the Cross

Ever the “good student,” I engaged with the exercise, rattling off the negative traits I wanted to change: critical controlling distant bossy independent impatient intolerant I made the list but then didn’t know what to do with it. I hadn’t ...

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Jesus And The Cross

Dawn Grider is our Featured Creative for this month's issue. She has chosen seven pieces of her original artwork to represent her vision of confessing & receiving at the cross. Below is Dawn's gallery.

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Only Love Thaws A Frozen Heart

I finally watched Disney’s Frozen. The movie has taken the world by storm. It is the highest grossing animated movie of all time and one of the top ten of all time. I loved it, but that’s not really unexpected. ...

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The Cross Around My Neck

We sat in the glow of the Christmas tree lights. The kids were all tucked into bed dreaming of early rising and gifts overflowing. There would be no late night visits tonight. No “Mama, Daddy, I need a drink of ...

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Preparing For Kingdom Life Now

I recently had the privilege of visiting the Biltmore Estate in Asheville, NC. I was so thankful that my husband suggested that we tour the gardens first before the impending rain came. As I walked through hundreds of acres of ...

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Flying the Friendly Skies

From my earliest memories I was fascinated by everything that was associated with aviation. When I was very young and we had to fly to our vacation destination, I wanted the window seat. I was mesmerized by the ground operations ...

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The Voice Of The Father

I have an investment in you, such a huge investment in you. One of time, love, and sacrifice. You are familiar with the Sacrifice but not the pain and suffering behind it. The pain you feel over losses, even the ...

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Raising Mommy

Last week I was getting Zack ready to go to Sci-Quest for the second time in three days. My boy loves science. He walked into Sci-Quest and stood in front of the giant marble run for fifteen minutes. He was ...

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True Confessions

I’m in my last couple weeks of seminary. I work full time and my work commute is 50-60 miles roundtrip. I have papers to write and exams to prepare for. My stress level peaked several weeks ago, and I think ...

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