Monthly Archives: April 2011

Putting On My Big Girl Panties and Dealing With It

Yesterday was a wonderful, yet bittersweet, day as I danced between extreme thankfulness and haunting sadness. I was so thankful for the day because I got to spend it with my family… in church. Working every other Sunday, in a new city, means I haven’t found a … Continue reading

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God’s Teenage Daughter :)

There is this theological perspective I find myself trying sometimes that says: “Ok God, I’m doing everything I’m supposed to do. Now You are supposed to bless me and make everything work out for me (usually this is according to my agenda).” Of course the … Continue reading

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“Art” Imitating Life? or Molding it?

Once again my heart breaks for this generation of teens. I know so many young people who have been sexually abused and/or molested as children. Now, as teens, they are trying to figure out who they are; and all the pop-culture media … Continue reading

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Challenge to All Would-be Youth Pastors

If you think you would like to be a youth pastor, or children’s pastor, or adult pastor, or whatever and you are presently unemployed or under-employed, here’s a suggestion. Spend a season of your life working in a residential home … Continue reading

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I’ve Got a Secret

I make it a point to not hop on every literary fad that comes along. Long after the fad has faded I will sometimes check out whatever it was so I can see what all the ruckus was about. It’s the … Continue reading

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Picking Up Where I Left Off

28 Then Peter spoke up, “We have left everything to follow you!” 29 “Truly I tell you,” Jesus replied, “no one who has left home or brothers or sisters or mother or father or children or fields for me and … Continue reading

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