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I'm Not Your Hero

The Sunday morning service was about to start. The child squirmed and protested on my hip as I stood at the back of the room, struggling to keep him still and quiet. 1,325 more words

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Anna of Jerusalem : The Witness


Once again sharing without permission.

But, I honestly think this is yet another story that can confound some, but encourage so many other’s thoughts, voices, and may be pens. 878 more words


The Insanity of The Kingdom

Recently a blogger friend, Becky Johnson, remarked in one of her posts I think this is normal to a life of faith – this feeling like we …. 1,563 more words

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On Bearing Witness, Or "Just Go With Me On This"

We watched on with a mixture of awe and wonderment as the old woman cavorted gleefully just in front of us. She was short, round, gray haired…..and today she was beautiful. 1,450 more words

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Celebrating Anna of Jerusalem: The Witness

“…by the mouth of two or three witnesses the matter shall be established.” (Deu. 19:15) 

So said the law given to Moses by Yahweh. But in Jerusalem at the time of Jesus’ birth, Jewish tradition and culture declared that witnesses must… 762 more words

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From The Archives: Destination Christ


The Bride’s journey is not a journey to somewhere.  It’s a journey into Someone.  Her goal is communion with the Father, … 770 more words

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Celebrating: Feisty Females of the Middle Ages

The Middle Ages, or Medieval Period, covered one thousand years of human history, from the fifth to the fifteenth century. It was a time of feudalism, superstition and the rise and fall of kingdoms. 1,727 more words

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