Now That’s Transformation!

Happy Tuesday! I was reading in the book Acts the other day and I came upon a section of scripture where Peter is speaking with great eloquence to a crowd of people. I remembered some of what I know about Peter in the gospels so I took a look again

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It’s Not Too Late

I enjoy seeing the flood of graduation photos on social media at this time of year. Kindergarten, Grade 8, High School, University, School of Ministry, College… milestones in the lives of the one graduating and also the family and friends who have supported them. Some overcome unthinkable obstacles to arrive there.  (Click on

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Contentment

I’ve been thinking lately about what it means to be content. The dictionary definition for contentment is a state of peaceful happiness or satisfaction, or a state of being mentally or emotionally satisfied with things as they are.  I must confess that I have been struggling with contentment lately on

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Created in His Image

I want to bring to you a little reminder of something that is near and dear to my heart and that is finding the depth of your identity.  When I sit with people, one of the most common issues people have is who they are.  Many of you have heard

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Bible Lovers

Good morning ladies! I come from a long line of bible lovers. I can remember my mom’s parents in their old age, sitting together and reciting scriptures that they had memorized. Often when someone would quote some of those well-known bible verses that are packed with hope my grandparents would mouth

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What matters to you, matters to me

A few years ago while listening to Kris Valloton, a sentence pierced my heart, “What matters to you, matters to me.” That is something the Father speaks to each one of us, all the time. That is the way He loves me, “What matters to you Dorothy, matters to me.”

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The Redeemer of Woe

God seems to be leading me to find nuggets of gold in odd places as I read scripture lately. I am truly discovering Rehema words, were God directs me to a passage and the heart of something is revealed as revelation to me. Sometimes this goes against the traditional interpretation

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Our Firsts

I was watching my little grandson, Nehemiah, learn to ride a tricycle for the first time this week.  He was so excited, laughing and squealing with his Poppa, who was watching over him to make sure he didn’t fall off and hurt himself.  It was pure joy to experience this

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It Only Takes One Unattended Weed!

This past week I had not taken the time to spend enjoying my garden.  Between the weather and a more than busy schedule, I didn’t stop long enough to tend to my garden. Monday, being my day off, I did the routine of cleaning, laundry, cutting the grass, and finally

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Do you like my collection?

Do you ever have a hard time getting up in the morning and wonder what the day will be like? I often think it’s to do with our night time processes. We know that in the night the mind works through the events of the day often looking for solutions

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