Eliza’s Favorite Story

By on Nov 27, 2018 in Family | 0 comments

“There is a lad here who has 5 barley loaves and 2 small fish, but what are they among so many.” John 6:9 The story of feeding the 5,000- most likely 10,000 + including women and children, begins as Jesus lifted His eyes and saw a great multitude coming toward Him. Jesus turned to Phillip, a disciple and native of the nearby town, “Where shall we buy bread, that...

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POE, THE FAITHFUL

By on Jan 11, 2016 in Fun | 4 comments

“There are men untying your colt. Come, they have released him.” The teenage boy ran towards the gates of the town, “You! Wait! That is my donkey!” The two men paused in their escape, “The Lord has need of it, boy.” “Lord? What lord? We will have nothing. Nothing to give, nothing to offer as a sacrifice to OUR Lord.” “This is your sacrifice. Make this colt available...

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CONFESSIONS OF A DRESSING ROOM MOM

CONFESSIONS OF A DRESSING ROOM MOM

By on Dec 19, 2015 in Family | 3 comments

Tulle everywhere, giggles, laughter, cookie crumbs, coloring books, anticipation and excitement. Last night was the dress rehearsal for the Nutcracker. The very first performance Lexi is in. I think this will be one of many…and Eliza to follow. There I was in the dressing room silently starting a prayer over these 22 sweet littles, (ANGELS, FLOWERS, SNOWFLAKES) for...

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