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Because the Next Chapter Has Nothing (and Everything) to Do With Us

My new chronological Bible changes things up. Interrupts history with the pain-filled story of Job. Slips it right in between the death of Joseph and the arrival of Moses. Uninvited. Leaving us on the edge of our seat as Joseph dies and the Israelites are left alone in Egypt for several generations – Growing in... Read more

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The Best A Man Can Be

This isn’t anything new. Men longing to be their best. But not making “the cut.” Literally. Joseph’s brothers felt the daily pain of falling short in the eyes of their father. And decided to take matters into their own hands. Remove the son who made them feel “less than.” Surely our father’s favorite son can’t... Read more

Maybe It’s As Simple As Giving Empty Jars

It’s funny how a sermon can hit you in an unexpected way……….. cause¬†your mind to wander………… and the next thing you know you’re thinking about what’s sitting on your kitchen counter that very second and how maybe just maybe you washed out empty jars the night before not so much to clean them but to... Read more

Learning from the Back Seat isn’t Easy but Sometimes It’s Important

We did a lot of traveling when I was a little girl. Trips from Oklahoma to Pennyslvania. Trips from Pennsylvania to Kentucky. Trips from Kentucky to Oklahoma. My sister and I shared the back seat like two small puppies in a cardboard box. We wrestled for space when we needed alone time-one toe touching the... Read more