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center of center, or How I learned to stopped worrying and love the PCA

This is a long thought… so buckle up… The PCA (Presbyterian Church in America) is a relatively new marvel in my life. I was raised in a Conservative Baptist church. I dabbled with non-denoms and other forms of Baptist through college and some of my adult years. I had very little knowledge of Presbyterians much… Continue reading center of center, or How I learned to stopped worrying and love the PCA

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when God doesn’t do His job…

(I wouldn’t stand too close to me right now. haha.) One of my guilty pleasures back in the day was watching Trading Spaces. It was that show where they take two couples and they give one room in their house a complete makeover with help from a professional interior decorator and a carpenter. The couples… Continue reading when God doesn’t do His job…

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things I learned from a loser… um, I mean Beck

“Soy un perdedor. I’m a loser, baby, so why don’t you kill me?” – Beck So unless you live under a rock, (which begs the question how are you reading my blog) or you don’t have any remotely cool friends on your Facebook (also begs the question how you got to my blog) you have… Continue reading things I learned from a loser… um, I mean Beck

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and this is why I’m more content than you are

I know. That’s a bold statement. But I’m sticking with it. And I’m about to tell you why. I’ve been thinking a lot about joy and contentment lately. My womens’ group at my church studied the letter to the Philippians this past semester and I have to say that I needed it. As many of… Continue reading and this is why I’m more content than you are

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when is a door not a door?

When it’s ajar. har har! We are afflicted in every way, but not crushed; perplexed, but not driven to despair; persecuted, but not forsaken; struck down, but not destroyed. Today I feel like a bit of a broken jar of clay. And a jar when broken doesn’t seem all that useful, does it? Like something… Continue reading when is a door not a door?