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Threading the Needle

Threading the Needle (Audio) I do not remember the first time that I sewed on a button, nor repaired an article of clothing, but I was taught fairly young to take care of minor repairs so I would always know how to fix my own issues. Just like we learned to wash, clean and maintain our…

Pray Before You Plan

Pray Before You Plan (Audio) It’s amazing all the plans we make, and then we tell God, and he just chuckles… When you jumpstart your schedule and you fail to take a measure of God’s intention for your day, then you are simply opening yourself up to great opportunities for failure! Why? Seek first for…

Finding Home

Finding Home (Audio) Home is what we call the place we live but it may not be the place we dream about for some future time of life. Home is often looked for, and seldom ever found. Home has a warm fuzzy feeling around the edges of our thinking, while the house is nothing but…

Just One Thing

Just One Thing (Audio) We heard it Sunday, I read it last week, and a recent study has stated what most of us inherently know, but we do not truly comprehend. Impossible! Our brains cannot direct the body to do more than one thing at a time. True, autonomous systems may function, you know, heartbeat, breath,…

Where’s the Towel?

Where’s the Towel? Have you ever reached the end of an endeavor and felt like it was simply time to throw in the towel? What does that even mean? Idiomatic research suggests it is a boxing term where a coach or team member would toss a towel into the ring indicating their fighter has been…

Committed vs Unsure

Committed vs Unsure: (Audio) When I was young, maybe 5 or 6, I think, I sat in a dentist office as my parents had their teeth pulled. All of them, essentially. I’m not sure why I have this memory, maybe it was the noise, smell, and sounds of drills and moans of patients. Maybe, just…

Just Over The Border

Just Over The Border: It’s been years since I’ve traveled south and crossed the border into Mexico. Goodness. Maybe even 40 years or more. But our neighbors to the north? I’ve crossed into Canada 30, 40 or 50 times. It’s hard to remember. The first time was in 1977 on a long drive from Texas…