Monthly Archives: May 2014

What if?

What if our pastors so caught the vision for a united Bride that a mandate for church membership required monthly attendance at another fellowship? What if we cared less about relevance and more about the simple gospel and sound doctrine? … Continue reading

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There are many kinds of mothers. Here’s to the ones who smilingly dandle nieces and nephews while their trash cans hide the heartbreak of yet another negative pregnancy test. Heres’s to the ones who carried and released a child they … Continue reading

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The Greatest Gift

“The crucible of motherhood.” Even as I wrote it in text form to a dear friend this week, I felt long-absent inspiration to write hit. ¬†Even as the inspiration hit, I felt the tension to which I was referring in … Continue reading

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