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Spotting the Difference Between Truth and Sincerity

Posted by admin in April 14th, 2010 | 7 comments 
Published in obedience, prayer

Kathleen Norris is a writer that takes you on a journey. She doesn’t have to use the traditional template of: beginning, middle and end. In fact, often the “end” of her books are really just the beginning–at least for me. As she leads the reader on a road, occasionally she pulls off to the side […]

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Finding Holiness in the Mundane

Posted by admin in October 30th, 2009 | 6 comments 
Published in faith, obedience, prayer

I hate folding laundry. Don’t even get me started on putting up the dishes. I don’t like monotonous work like making my bed every morning, going to the grocery store, putting gasoline in the car, or even showering. (Sorry, but personal hygiene is SO monotonous; have you even seen my hair?). I’ve always struggled with […]

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