Monthly Archives: December 2016

Waiting for Hope

Christmas Eve is my absolute favorite day of the year! It’s a day of excitement and anticipation. Everyone who decorates leaves their lights on all night. Candles are lit, families gather together, and there is a feeling of magic in … Continue reading

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A Father to the Fatherless

“Father of the fatherless and protector of widows is God in his holy habitation. 6 God settles the solitary in a home. . .” – Ps. 68:5-6a Every morning, my three-year-old wakes up, waddles down the hallway, and crankily asks, “Where’s my daddy?” … Continue reading

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Alive in the Spirit: A Book Review

A.W. Tozer was a well-known theologian without a high school education, yet his sermons and books have touched millions around the world. The compilation of his sermons by James L. Snyder in Alive in the Spirit is no different. Even though … Continue reading

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Taking Back Christmas

Christmas is such a wonderful time of the year – except when it isn’t. Sure, there are tons of Christmas programs, Christmas parties, Christmas light displays, Christmas cookies, Christmas shopping, etc. But if you are anything like me, usually about … Continue reading

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Who’s Taking Care of the Kids?

The tables were set with linen tablecloths. The lights were dim. The dinner was delicious. People seemed to be enjoying themselves. And by the end of the night, many were moved to donate to help this adoption agency fight the … Continue reading

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The Truth of Adoption

I am going to be real with you. Adoption is hard. No matter how old your child is when you adopt them, or whether you know all about their birth family, or even if you have an open adoption, there … Continue reading

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