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Just Passing It On

With all of the rubbish you find on the world wide web, it is always nice to be able to pass on something that is helpful. I recently began using my laptop for my quiet time journal, and now Bible reading. I thought I would never give up my fancy journals and pens – but… Continue reading Just Passing It On

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Homeschool Day At Six Flags

What makes homeschool day different from other days at Six Flags? What other day do you see more yamikas and Mennonite head coverings than baseball caps? What other day do I feel like we have a relatively small family? What day at the amusement park do you see more ankle length denim skirts than bikini… Continue reading Homeschool Day At Six Flags

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The Rock In My Kitchen

There is a rock gushing with water in my kitchen today. Actually, it is in every room of my home, in my mini van, even at Target, the library, and the doctor’s office. I was reminded of this rock reading Psalm 73 this morning. In verses 19-20 Asaph is telling a younger generation about the… Continue reading The Rock In My Kitchen

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Primo Piper

If you haven’t read his book, When I Don’t Desire God: How To Fight For Joy, you might consider listening to a series John Piper taught on the the same subject back in April. For whatever reason I can’t get the archives to pull part one, but this link is for part two. You can… Continue reading Primo Piper

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Topsy Turvy Take Two

I attempted the topsy turvy cake for Abby’s surprise party yesterday. This time I didn’t cover the entire cake in fondant because buttercream tastes better. But still, the fondant would have given a much smoother finish to the cake. I found a recipe for fondant that some people at the party actually liked. That makes… Continue reading Topsy Turvy Take Two

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Briana’s Comment

I wanted to publish the comment Briana left on my last post. It is evidence of the beautiful work of grace I have witnessed in my dear friend’s life. Laurie, Thanks for posting this. How true this is, and while my faith falters (you are well acquainted with what that looks like for me), I… Continue reading Briana’s Comment

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You Give And Take Away

This week Jason and I have been eyewitness observers of an extraordinary range of life experiences. Tuesday we visited our friends the Brittons who just had their first baby, a beautiful little boy named William. This Saturday we will attend the wedding of two young people from our church. On the other end of the… Continue reading You Give And Take Away