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24
Feb
2013

Right Where I Am: Finding Treasure in the Ache

Written by: shannon  |  Found in: Gratitude, Parenting, Adoption & Infertility, Worship  |  64 Comments »
"Right Where I Am" (chalkboard)

“Will I ever find Mr. Right?” “Why can’t my husband and I get pregnant?” “Why am I still unemployed?” “Why do I continue to battle with illness?” “Why did I experience such a painful childhood?” “Why did my marriage fail?” Maybe you have uttered one of these questions—or another one entirely.  I know I have.  […]

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09
May
2012

Shelf Life

Written by: shannon  |  Found in: General, Growing in the Lord, Worship  |  34 Comments »
My Grandma & me

Have you ever felt like God was done with you?  Or maybe that your most productive and promising years were behind you or will soon come to a close?   I have. A few months ago I was talking to a friend of mine who was helping me with some new creative ministry ideas.  He […]

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21
Mar
2011

A Life Redefined

Written by: shannon  |  Found in: Growing in the Lord, Worship  |  1 Comment »

“Martha, Martha,” the Lord answered,“you are worried and upset about many things, but only one thing is needed.  Mary has chosen what is better, and it will not be taken away from her.”  (Luke 10: 41-42) Year fading into year.  Month tumbling into month.   Days cascading into more days.  And moments seeping into irretrievable moments.  Ultimately […]

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19
Dec
2010

Great Expectations

Written by: shannon  |  Found in: Growing in the Lord, Worship  |  1 Comment »
Winter

“Heaven knows we need never be ashamed of our tears, for they are rain upon the blinding dust of our hearts.  – Great Expectations / Charles Dickens I must confess, around this time of year, two things happen for me.  First, I get this anticipatory gleeful emotion that Christmas is coming!  Fa-la-la-la-la!  The lights, the […]

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