Category Archives: Faith

The Iron Side of Love

Acquiring a socially acceptable degree of calm has been a lifelong project for me. During my teenage years I recall a general underlying theme of being simply too prickly to be around, too outspoken, or simply too opinionated. Don’t get … Continue reading

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Boundaries: The Queen’s Guard and Secret Service

The Tension of Boundaries: Boundaries are tricky. In thinking about boundaries, I’ve swayed between “No one can abuse me at all’ and “I’ll turn the other cheek when someone hurts me, like God says.” I think the reason Christian’s don’t … Continue reading

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Trust Issues

It’s been a long time since the revolutionary war with Great Britain, but no one has forgotten about it. That was a time when, although most people stood back and accepted the circumstances, a small percentage of people with a … Continue reading

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Why Can We Be Thankful?

I’ve been reflecting on what gives life meaning. I suppose it’s different for everyone, but I feel God showing me why we -as Christians- can be thankful at all times. I’ve heard many use comparison to explain thankfulness. For example: … Continue reading

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I Decided to Stop Talking About My Dreams and Did Them

Not to sound too overly Disney here, but I’m just going to say it’s safe to assume that every single one of our readers has amazing dreams. We all have dreams and ideas, big ones, little ones, impossible ones. For … Continue reading

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