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4 Ways to "Walk By Faith"

My friend, Lillian, sent me a list on how to “walk by faith”:

1. Obey

2. Be diligent

3. Let go of past

4. Forgive… 797 more words

Learning God's Principles In Daily Living

So Let's Talk About God.

Hey.

I’ve been trying to start this blog for a few months now. I was putting together this whole timeline of Christianity (starting with Judaism, because they’re connected) and I was going to do this huge bit-by-bit explanation of how Christianity (and Catholicism) came to be. 718 more words

Catholicism

The wet one

This morning our church had its quarterly baptism/water celebration event. We welcomed two kids into the congregation, and a few adults were immersed – not baptised, just blessed. 331 more words

Faith

Money and Your Religious Life

                                            by Vic Odarve

Money is not really a source of evil as most people think. Like a coin with two sides, money can be either an evil or a blessing. 696 more words

EVERYDAY LIFE

My Wrong = Your Right?

*Disclaimer: I get really personal in this post. Just so you’re aware.*

I’ve done a lot of things wrong in life. I’m human…it’s bound to happen. 1,609 more words

About God

When the Future Seems Unclear

Many people who know him do not know that my husband, Andrew, is a very talented musician. In 2007 he graduated with a degree in music education. 1,528 more words

Challenges

The Boundaries of Love

A while ago, I read a historical novel about an insane asylum during the Civil War. One of the minor characters, Eleanor, imagines the pain and suffering of every creature on the planet: 765 more words

Relationships

Kitt O'Malley reblogged this on Kitt O'Malley and commented:

Laura Droege's piece, "The Boundaries of Love," is so insightful that I must reblog the post to share it with you. My personal boundaries can be at times poor and permeable, so I would do well to heed her wise words: "Loving others strikes a balance of sorts. We neither identify with other’s pain to the point of being incapacitated (forgetting that we’re separate people) nor do we callously disregard it (forgetting that we are both people, though separate)." "Forgetting that I’m a separate person and that my emotions are mine and no one else’s isn’t healthy." This message bears repeating and for me, thoughtful prayer. Thank you, Laura Droege.