Monthly Archives: November 2010

Reconciling tragedy with praise

I know a woman who has endured some tragic circumstances in her life. For the most part, her childhood was ideal.  She grew up in a small town with married parents, three brothers and a sister.  They didn’t have a lot of money, but they always had enough.  They went to church every Sunday, and […]

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I am a social dork

It’s official.  I should not be allowed to talk to famous people.  If you are my friend, please don’t ever become famous because I won’t be able to talk to you. I don’t know why, but anytime I meet someone of notoriety, especially someone I admire, I become a bashful, tongue-tied mess.  If I know […]

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Making a difference or just making an appearance?

Last Thursday, we traveled to Green Bay for the “Make A Difference” tour, featuring Toby Mac, Third Day, Michael W. Smith, and Max Lucado.  I had purchased the tickets back in June as a birthday gift for my mother and an anniversary gift for my husband.  Mom is a huge Michael W. Smith fan, and […]

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