The Churches Home, Sweet Home

During the holiday seasons, many of us return to our childhood homes to visit family. Depending on our experiences as a child, it may be a pleasant reconnection with loved ones and shared memories or it might be a painful reminder of disappointment and abuse. Regardless, after such a journey,...

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Who Made This Mess?

“And God saw every thing that he had made, and, behold, [it was] very good. And the evening and the morning were the sixth day.”  Genesis 1:31 KJV “And when he was gone forth into the way, there came one running, and kneeled to him, and asked him, Good Master,...

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Joy For the Journey

In this post, I feel led to take a break from musings about our present world’s circumstances to ask a simple question… Are we too focused on the trip rather than on the destination? “And it came to pass, that, while they communed [together] and reasoned, Jesus himself drew near,...

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Chosen in Charlie

I have a picture in my scrapbook of my brother and I hugging each other when I was probably two and he was five. It warms my heart to see it because it reminds me of near to my heart he is. There are pictures like that in the scriptures...

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A Reason To Wonder

Where are You nowWhen darkness seems to winWhere are You nowWhen the world is crumbling Look up childI hear You say, You say, You say¬†(Look up, look up)Look up child Look Up Child (2018), Lauren Daigle There are many things in life that give us a cause for wonder. Generally it...

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Losing my Religion.

No more performing out of fearTrying to keep my conscience clearIt all seems so insincereI’d trade it all to meet You here [Chorus 1] I’m losing my religionI’m losing my religion I’m losing my religion, and finding something newI need something different, and different looks like YouI’m losing my religion,...

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