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    Perfection In Progress

    I love my husband. He’s only gotten better at being a husband since we married eighteen years ago. Nobody’s perfect and that means our marriage isn’t perfect either.   I know this. I…

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    Not Your Faith

    It wasn’t the best night to have a serious talk. We had visitors. The house was noisy. My oldest son, Wyatt, started to talk about something that made me turn all of my…

  • Soul

    Who Touched Me

    Do you ever feel like your circumstances define you? Sometimes we go through such difficult times we end up desperate. But God doesn’t let our desperation go to waist. There are two definitions…

  • Soul

    The Little Things

    I sat on my kitchen counter feeling overwhelmed and unsure of my next move. I just finished telling my husband about my conversation with Weston’s teacher.  Weston is my middle son. He is…

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    The Mommy Rut

    I walked through the door on a Tuesday afternoon. I just picked up the boys from school. The overwhelming feeling in my chest turned to anxiety as I thought about our evening schedule. …

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    What’s In A Name?

    What’s in a name? That’s not just a question posed by a Shakespearean character in a timeless play. I mean, think about it. There’s a reason you don’t see too many kids named…

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    The Power of Can Be

    Have you ever looked around at your life and hated what you saw? Have you ever looked in the mirror and wished you could see past your mistakes and be something different; something…

  • Soul

    Faithful Wounds

    Growing up, I laughed a lot. I still do, but it’s different. I was sarcastic and I made fun of my friends. I didn’t mean anything by it. I think I was just…

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    Fooled By A Friend

    I pulled up to the apartment complex and entered the gate code. I was eager to see my friend and surprise her with my impromptu visit. I waited for the gates to swing…

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    Friend Or Faux?

    I was surprised to see their friendship disintegrate so quickly. No more phone calls. No more shopping sprees; only an awkward acknowledgment of one another’s presence as they accidentally made eye contact in…