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The Ice Bucket Challenge

Having got caught early on last spring in one of those “Take the Plunge” challenges, I’ve been lying low lately, hoping to avoid the “Ice Bucket Challenge” or whatever it’s called. 354 more words

Spiritual Contemplation

Offering Hope for Broken People

When we take the gospel to the world, we will encounter broken people. They are everywhere and they need help. It would certainly be easier to only deal with happy, positive people. 429 more words



The skin is taut across her cheekbones and her eyes are diluted as though they’d been swirled together and left to settle, the pupil’s ink seeping meekly back into its well. 72 more words



There are two causes I’ve embraced. One is disaster relief. They provide food, water, and necessities to those who have lost homes or are temporarily displaced due to natural disasters. 63 more words


When was the last time that you did something good for others and that brought a genuine smile at your face? #benevolence

Writing this post for the IndiSpire 26 idea proposed by Chaitali Bose Bhattacharjee. 673 more words


6:D healing journal sunday august 17, 2014

I was invited to speak at a small gathering of a dozen people who were sharing stories about angels, and how they played a role in our lives. 1,641 more words


Making Others Smile!

Indiblogger’s latest topic in Indispire is about what I might have done that was good for others and brought a smile to their face. This set me thinking and I was trying to remember what I could have done. 176 more words

Personal Memoirs