Monthly Archives: June 2012

TEARS IN A BOTTLE

By Karen DeArmond Gardner − “You keep track of all my sorrows, collected my tears in your bottle. You have recorded each one in your book” (Psalm 56:8 NLT). This must be a big book as I shed many tears … Continue reading

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SEASONS OF LIFE

By Jayme Hull − Each season of life brings its own identity for each one of us. As the seasons change, so do we. Some of us love warm colors and bright sunshine and others treasure the cool breezes and … Continue reading

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THE PRIME OF LIFE

By Deb DeArmond − “Be on the alert to recognize your prime at whatever time of your life it may occur.” It’s what the fortune cookie in my hand predicted. I swear that’s what it said. It made me smile … Continue reading

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HIDDEN BLESSINGS

By Jesi Steiber – Back then we all wore our hair long. It was the late 60’s and mine was long and straight. I remember my mother would tire of the straight hair and give me a home permanent. It … Continue reading

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FINDING PAUSE

By Mona Shriver − Easter brings out the grumpiness within me. I recognize the inherent value of certain holidays, but the commercialism involved saddens me. So, this year I decided I needed to do something to change my attitude. I … Continue reading

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UPLIFTING WORDS

By Jayme Hull – Recently, I read a story about a Christian ministry organization I respect called The Navigators. Fifty-six years ago, on June 18, 1956, a freak accident happened on a lake in New York. A speeding motorboat bounced … Continue reading

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THE WOMAN

By Karen DeArmond-Gardner – Dust swirled in the air as I hurried into the women’s courtyard of the Temple hoping to catch a glimpse of the man I heard so much about. As I turned the corner I found him … Continue reading

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