Monthly Archives: December 2014

God sent a star

Have you taken the star (or other tree topper) from the pinnacle of your Christmas tree? Do you remember it signifies the star which led the Wise Men to the birth place of the Messiah, Jesus? Can you imagine yourself … Continue reading

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Generosity not reciprocity

Several weeks ago CBS Evening News aired a story about an Ohio boy, who decided to give away a $20 bill. He found the money in a Cracker Barrel parking lot on his way into eat. Once inside his thoughts … Continue reading

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Overcome empty busyness

The White Rabbit of Alice in Wonderland is nervous and always in a hurry. He scurry’s past Alice in their first encounter as he rushes to his job with the Duchess for which he is late. It seems to be … Continue reading

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Take a Stand for Yourself

           The headline in the newspaper November 30 read “Black and Blue Thursday: Traditional Friday rush moves one day forward”. It sounds pretty innocuous. Shop if you want to, don’t complain if you don’t. That has been the general consensus on … Continue reading

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Go back and get it

Did you forget something last Thanksgiving week? Do you wish for a “do over” for something you did or wish you had done last week? Christmas could be your second chance. Thanksgiving Day started before 6am at church for me. … Continue reading

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