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Balancing the Scales

There are a number of blogs that I read regularly. I use Google Reader to keep track of them. Google Reader was a watershed moment for me . . . you know, like BC/AD, or before cell phones and after … Continue reading

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A Christmas Story

If you have a few moments today, you and your children might enjoy this sweet little interpretation of the Christmas Story. It will inspire you and make you laugh. A Christmas Story I wish you and your family a lovely, … Continue reading

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Going Home

Going Home Kari Amick is a former student of my English professor friend, Dr. Alan Jacobs (ayjay.jottit.com). Kari graduated from Wheaton College this past May with a degree in Environmental Science. And my, can this young woman write! I believe … Continue reading

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The Body of Christ in Action

The Body of Christ in Action This piece by one of my favorite bloggers was thought-provoking to me. I love the idea that the Church is where people will turn when they are in need. And I am hopeful that … Continue reading

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Bag End

Bag End Delightful. Absolutely and utterly delightful.

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Are women changing the world?

Are women changing the world? I found this blog post by acquaintance and neighbor, Shayne Klopfenstein Moore, thought-provoking. Take a look and see what you think. Are women changing the world today? If so, how? Are they being recognized for … Continue reading

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Mother’s Day

Mother’s Day I went to high school with author, Kelly Corrigan (www.kellycorrigan.com). She was funny then. And she’s funny now. And thoughtful. And deep. And compassionate. She has a way of giving voice to the things that every woman thinks … Continue reading

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