Monthly Archives: January 2008

Hungry Adulterers

Ok – so when 4 people in one afternoon tell you to go immediately listen to a sermon – you know its going to be good. So, yesterday – since it was storming outside, I downloaded JD’s recent sermon and … Continue reading

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Ps 73 and Rain

On days like today, I must take every though captive and remember God’s faithfulness. There is no sun today, only wind and rain. I think it is supposed to be like this all day – and then really like this … Continue reading

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Friends Who Remind Me

I am so thankful for friends and Scripture. I am grateful that God has given me friends here, in NC, in FL, in TX, and in my other places that remind me of God’s goodness and faithfulness even when things … Continue reading

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Sarah’s Simple Hummus

My friend Sarah gave me an awesome recipe for hummus while we were in seminary and even though I have tweaked it over the years, I love her easy and simple recipe that is adaptable to many tastes. Thanks Sarah! … Continue reading

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Really good chili

Favorite chili so far – regular that is. I altered the recipe a tad, but I got it (secondhand) from a guy in White Plains names John. Thanks John for having a dad who likes “good salsa, good chili, and … Continue reading

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Heaviness of Praise

Today has definitely been an out of the ordinary day. It has been a good day, but one that has brought much heaviness to me. I don’t use that word often, but it is really the only way to describe … Continue reading

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A Homegoing

Dr. L. Russ Bush, faculty member at Southeastern, passed away last night. He had been struggling with cancer for several years now.Truthfully, I never had Dr. Bush for a class during my time at Southeastern, nor did I have to … Continue reading

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