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Spelling Lessons

As I taught some basic Spanish to a class of second graders, I thought I would get some help from an expert. There was a little boy in the class who had recently moved from Mexico. His English was quite … Continue reading

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Unexpected Witness

My husband and I  were at a restaurant for lunch, and it’s not one where you would necessarily expect to have a moment of faith. The waitstaff, with their tattoos, and alternative-leaning clothes, hair color, and makeup don’t appear to be the … Continue reading

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Corrections

  I’m going to jump back into the Year of Mercy today. “Admonish Sinners” can be a bit tricky. Aren’t we told not to judge, and to remove the log from our own eye before worrying about the speck in … Continue reading

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Seeking

I write often about hearing God speak to us. I believe that He speaks not as some judge from the high heavens, but as someone very near and dear to us, whether we know it or not. I know that … Continue reading

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Giving Gifts

When you hear or see someone do something that you just know isn’t right or isn’t good for them, what do you do?  It is so much easier and more comfortable to say nothing.  We aren’t supposed to judge, right?  … Continue reading

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