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You’re My Person 👫

My husband doesn’t read this blog, but he’s my person. We’ve got barnacles and we’ve got problems. Our family is a mess right now. But thanks be to the living God, the gospel is true. Grace is real, and boundless. … Continue reading

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Love Void? ❄️

Last night, a friend told me she is love void. No, she’s not. I love her, but she’s not seeing that. Other friends love her, but she discounts that. God loves her, but she won’t accept that. I get it. … Continue reading

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Shamelessly, Head-Over-Heels in Love

God is waiting for a generation of people who will be shamelessly, head-over-heels and openly in love with Him. (A Call to Growth, p. 23) If I have learned anything in this month of love, it’s that.

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And He Loves Back

In my last post, I explained tried to explain how God (the 3-in-1) is my Valentine. Today, I’m trying to explain how He loves back. It’s hard. I recently met someone who was so hurt by a broken relationship that she … Continue reading

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You Win Some and You Lose Some, and in the End…

It’s all GOOD. We had a wedding this past weekend.  There were flowers. (Thank you, Casey.) There was exhaustion, too. There was quiet moment when the groom, newly-graduated with his music degree, played the bridal procession he had written especially … Continue reading

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How to Write a Love Letter

Okay, my blog lies neglected this winter.  Life has me by the heels, and I’ve been praying about how (or if) to carve out a chunk of time for my personal blog.  But on to the love letter. The love … Continue reading

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When Forever Ain’t the Parking Lot

Good night, good night!  Parting is such sweet sorrow, that I shall say good night till it be morrow. (William Shakespeare, Romeo and Juliet, II, 1) Sitting in a Whole Foods parking lot, I’m munching my goodies (aahhhh…), when by … Continue reading

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