Monthly Archives: July 2012

I’m Mad as H E Double Hockey Sticks

Hey, Kirk Cameron, learn your Bible! I was doing an internet search for Kirk Cameron because he was mentioned at church today and I found this article by one of my favorite writers and it was posted two days ago. … Continue reading

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It’s a Good Friday

The only people in my family who I would consider religious would be my mom and my brother Brad.  My mom has read the Bible, knows hymns and can quote scripture but I didn’t know this about her until I … Continue reading

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I Hear You Knockin’, But You Can’t Come In

I have many thoughts running through my head right now and for the life of me, I can’t write about them and have it make any sense.  Blame it on the fact that I gave up nicotine lozenges yesterday and … Continue reading

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Open Arms

Okay, so I went to church for the second time this month and instead of going the traditional route, I went for the contemporary service.  Wowza!  Huge room, four screens, full band, at least 400 people in attendance and I … Continue reading

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When in Rome

This post was going to be something else entirely and then my brain went off on a tangent, as it tends to do.  During the Bible study meeting on Wednesday, one of the women said she doesn’t drink here in … Continue reading

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Fireworks

This week in the Frazzled Female, the activity that really resonated with me asked us to write down our worries on separate pieces of paper and place them in our “worry box.”  We had to give our worries over to … Continue reading

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WWJVF?

Today was the first time I’ve been inside a church in twenty-three years, unless you count the Little White Wedding Chapel in Las Vegasin 1999, but I imagine that doesn’t really count.  My husband and I didn’t have a church … Continue reading

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