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The Sin Spectrum

I have several friends who have children on the autism spectrum. I admire the way they fight for their kids to get the help they need. They have learned that while it is important to have expectations for their children, those expectations must be tempered with compassion and discernment. I see this same heart cry in other friends who have […]

“Let us…” ~Exhortations from Hebrews

Every Sunday, I have the privilege of teaching a small group of youth girls during the Sunday School hour. We have worked through several fantastic books written by contemporary authors, but interspersed between these studies, I like to take a book of the Bible and teach through it. For some reason, God has laid Hebrews on my heart for this […]

I Will Wait

I stood at a great chasm, looking down into the heart of a volcano and I was overwhelmed by the enormity of it. Sulfur smoke rose from the chasm and billowed around us, but strangely it did not smell as horribly as other volcanic smoke I have experienced. The day was hazy and the smoke was thick making it impossible to […]

My Sheep Hear My Voice

Do you ever have those moments when life just seems to stand still? When you walk through it in slow motion? This happened to me recently on an impromptu trip to one of my favorite places, an amusement park in Pennsylvania. It is one that I grew up going to and so many of my childhood memories were made at […]

How to Be Beautiful

I teach Sunday school to a group of junior and senior high girls. I started last Fall and I love it. Each week surprises me. The best thing about teaching is that I am constantly learning something new. This week was no different. We are currently working through the book “Speak Love” by Annie Downs and yesterday we were in chapter […]