Monthly Archives: August 2013

Mothering Grace

Motherhood is something special.  It is a role to honor, not disparage. Chick-fil-A  was thrust on the national scene last week when an employee at the local franchise in Knoxville, Tennessee requested a nursing mother to stop feeding her 5-month-old … Continue reading

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Trust fuels hope

A Christian thirty-something recently shared she had only had a relationship with Jesus Christ for five years.  Two years ago she was in a room of nearly one hundred people and was wowed they all followed Jesus.  Imagine how overwhelmed … Continue reading

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Whatever happened to hope?

Charlie Brown says in a Peanuts comic strip, “I’ve developed a new philosophy. I only dread one day at a time”. How many have puny dreams, little hope, no ambition, and faith is a memory? People curl up and die … Continue reading

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