Pray About Everything

Published Sep 15, 2022

By Sheila Walsh I will never forget the day my mom told my sister, my brother and me that we were going to ask God for new pants for my brother. He had hit one of those growth spurts that young boys often do and needed new pants as part of his school uniform. My […]

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Embrace T.O.D.A.Y

Published Sep 13, 2022

By Heather Voss So… what is your story? Do you have one? Do you want one? Will you commit to using T.O.D.A.Y. to detail one? Many analogies come from the “journey” or “path” of life, which talks most often of a set plan already “predestined” for you. And isn’t that thought sometimes nice? So easy, […]

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Holding On When You Want To Let Go

Published Sep 8, 2022

By Sheila Walsh The past couple of years have taken a toll on all of us. Things we took for granted, like family gatherings, school, work and travel, have all looked quite different for a while. Many of my family and friends have also experienced loneliness, anxiety and depression at levels they’d never known before. […]

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The Trailer of Tears

Published Sep 6, 2022

By Andrea K Van Ye One by one, she collected them over the years. She wasn’t quite sure when she started or even exactly why, except that somehow, storing them safely, made her feel better. They were her tears. Each time she cried, she found a bottle, and gathered her tears until she cried dry. […]

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The Perfect Job

Published Aug 30, 2022

By Joyel Vandenboogart For 13 years I was in the “perfect job.” I was using my gifting of the Strength Finder to arrange, woo others over, and communicate the plan for my dads (Bob Lenz’s) schedule at Lifest. I loved every minute and enjoyed the craziness of arranging. Although it was sometimes chaos and changes […]

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