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Life in exile: Jeremiah 29

Today’s reading: Jeremiah 26-29.

You expect me to be happy living as a captive on foreign soil?

The Jewish exiles in Babylon might have reacted that way when Jeremiah wrote them and told them to “build houses and settle down; plant gardens and eat what they produce. 359 more words

Bible In One Year Devotional

"While fear looks at the future with negativity, faith sees the future with hope."

As soon as I read this, I knew I wanted to write about it. I sit here now, not exactly sure what I want to say, but sure that what I read is significant. 432 more words


Walls of Jericho

Being a blog writer provides many opportunities, such as the convenience of writing to a large audience of readers. But as with any online presence, it is easy for an individual to hide behind the screen and wear a mask, taking on a whole other identity. 951 more words



Jakarta, 16 September 2014

A Christian Pilgrim


Romance me

I remember watching romantic comedies as a little girl; hanging on every word as the hunky male lead confessed his undying love to the gorgeous woman in the red dress. 445 more words

Mission Hill Kids: Verse to Remember

Every week at Mission Hill Kids we learn a new verse to remember. This week’s verse was one of my favorites to teach to children. We learned Jeremiah 29:11, the reason I like it so much is because it shows that God has a plan for each and every life.

"What If"

Asking “what if” can be one of the most dangerous games a person can play, but sometimes you just can’t help it.

My family is, once again, in a transition period – this time out of the military. 516 more words