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208. Singing

Tonight in worship services I sat near four young girls (ladies really) while we all sang songs of praise to our Creator. All four sang with enthusiasm, loud and clear… It was obvious that they sang from the depth of their hearts. 142 more words



Like snow in summer or rain in harvest, honor is not fitting for a fool. Proverbs 26:1

One of the times I feel the most “un-Christian” is when I am assaulted by telemarketing calls, especially the electronically generated ones with on the other end of the phone, or a voice recording says “Congratulations!” or “Don’t hang up!” They call both my home and my cell phones, and they call at inopportune times. 335 more words

God's Love

Pawndered Thought: May 27, 2015

 Don’t look, don’t look, don’t look…Ahhhhh

Can you feel that?

That’s my resolve breaking.


Treat Yourselves Better

Call it, an understanding from life if you will, translated…

As I’d marched past my half-way marker, I’d finally managed, to find a dozen of my elementary school classmates.   478 more words


Sick of lemonade...

I applied to be a police officer.
My application was rejected.
I’m a writer, I should be used to rejection. Actually, within just a few minutes of being informed that my application had been rejected, I was informed that one of my short stories was also rejected. 174 more words

What Glasses are you Wearing?

Back in April, I had the honor of presenting a sport psychology workshop to an incredible group of athletes at a triathlon camp. While constructing this presentation, I couldn’t help but think about how our attitude affects everything we do, whether it is at home, work, or in our sport. 318 more words


How hallucination does not have to be frightening

When we hear the word hallucination, a part of us cringe.

And when you hear about somebody else’s experience hallucinating; I find that we cringe more, and then we usually start judging the person immediately. 1,500 more words