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Focus on the Cross - Psalm 22 (Psalms Project)

Do you have struggles or pain today? Do you wonder where God is in the midst of it all? Has He forsaken this world? Today is Good Friday, and it is a good day to face these questions. 1,157 more words

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Another Baby and Mid-week update

PRECIOUS JEWEL

Congratulations to Mick and Crystal Snieder on the birth of Jewel Holly!  She came into the world yesterday morning, March 5.  That makes two babies in March for our church family, with more on the way.  309 more words

Navigating the Corn Maze of Life - Psalms Project: Psalm 119

Last weekend, I took our ten year old son, Aidan, to Reece’s Corn Maze — at night! This corn maze is an orienteering challenge. It actually consists of two mazes — a smaller, less complicated one and the big one (the man/cross/guitar above was the smaller one; the horse was the larger one). 734 more words

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Finding Rest in the Midst of Crisis - Psalms Project: Psalm 3

Have you had a bad day, a bad week, a bad month, or even a bad year? Where is God when it seems like the bottom is falling out and sucking you down with it? 683 more words

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Psalms Project: Psalm 19 - From Venus to God

 “The black sky was underpinned with long silver streaks that looked like scaffolding and depth on depth behind it were thousands of stars that all seemed to be moving very slowly as if they were about some vast construction work that involved the whole order of the universe and would take all time to complete. 631 more words

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Psalms Project: Psalm 2 - Safe, Not Shackled

The much anticipated movie “Avengers” opened this weekend. It tells the story of several superheroes who must band together to stop an evil Norse deity, Loki, and his band of aliens. 567 more words

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Psalms Project: Psalm 1 - Planted or Seated?

Today, I am beginning a project I have wanted to do for many years – a journey through the Psalms. I have started before, alone, but I am hoping that the accountability of a blog (and your comments, etc.) will encourage me to keep going. 411 more words

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