Tag Archives: religion

Will We Open the Window?

Last night on the way home from my mother’s apartment, I found myself weeping and praying over the wickedness that continues to mount in the world around us, and specifically in York County where I live. Precious 20-something young people, … Continue reading

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Romans 8 Tank

Right now I am hiding. Can you see me? You will need “hope” to see “C. Hope” inside this tank.  As I memorized Romans 8, God kindly gave me this word: “Romans 8 is like a tank. I’ve hidden you … Continue reading

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Cross Challenged in Kansas

I try to room with Becky Spencer each time we cross paths at the Colorado Christian Writers Conference and the Greater Philadelphia Christian Writers Conference.  (Thank you Marlene for introducing us!)  Becky and I share a LOT in common!  We both: rescue … Continue reading

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God, Family, and Country

This morning while most of us were still in bed, my 73-year-old mother was driving to a local church where she will work at a voting booth from 6AM until 10 or 11PM this evening.  On Thursday she will mentor public school … Continue reading

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Don’t Take it Personally

I hope you’re enjoying a fabulous summer and grabbing all the time you can at the Tree of Life! That old intercessor, prayer warrior, and prophet Daniel was told by God that in the end times people will run to … Continue reading

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The Cross: Death to Self

It’s my pleasure to introduce you today a friend and pastor, Jeff Landis.  If you know Jeff, too, then you may think it’s odd that he wrote a post on “death to self” because Jeff is one of those “magnetic” … Continue reading

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