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Prayer gently lifts me

Sometimes it in the simplicity that convey the true feelings of our heart.

Prayer gently lifts me to highest Heaven.
From earth’s confusion to Jesus’ breast; 465 more words

Intimacy

Make Me a House of Prayer

When you hear the phrase “house of prayer,” what do you think of? Over my many years of ministry I have wrestled with this dilemma. I do not hesitate to plead guilty to failing to make God’s house a house of prayer.  396 more words

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A Really Real-Life Meal Plan

When life gets hectic, it’s tempting to quit spending time on food preparation and just live on junk from the convenience store.  The trouble with that approach is that it deprives your body of nutrients and gives it extra fat and salt to process, at just the time when you most need your body to work smoothly! 1,453 more words

Recipes

Did you find Jesus anything to eat?

Eleven days ago, I launched a challenge to my readers to prevent food waste in some way, big or small, and report back after Easter.  Now it’s the Tuesday after Easter, and I haven’t heard from anyone yet.  1,064 more words

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Books from Other Cultures: Japan, Sweden, Louisiana...

I didn’t specifically plan to read about foreign cultures in 2016, but the books I got for Christmas happened to include three translated from Swedish, one translated from Japanese, one set in rural Louisiana, and one about houses around the world–so these are what I’ve been reading!  1,197 more words

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Seeking the Greatest Sliced Bread

Like many families, we don’t bake our own bread.  We make quick breads sometimes, like Raisin Bran Bread, but baking with yeast is not something that any of us finds soothing or fun or worth the time.  814 more words

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