Monthly Archives: July 2011

Fully Equipped: Really? Really!

I’m reminded daily that on the national scene, the economy remains stagnant, jobs continue to be lost, and 5-4 judicial decisions dampen any immediate sense of relief. Consequently, I continue to ask myself the critical question as to how the … Continue reading

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Church Shopping

Many, many years ago I began to go “church shopping.” The first time was after my then-fiance, now-husband Kevin and I were looking for a place to get married. We had some criteria, but the most important to us was … Continue reading

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The Transition from Childhood Into Adulthood

Pondering…so for the past two weeks I have been playing adult at my moms’ place. My adult jobs are quite simple: keep the house clean, the cats (Boagie and Puss Puss) alive and plants watered. I, along with my siblings … Continue reading

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An invitation to look at things through “different lenses”

As part of your spiritual journey, I want to offer you a personal invitation to participate in activities at EUCC to look at things through “different lenses.” The EUCC Contemporary Christian Writings Group began in 2010, and we have discussed … Continue reading

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