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Speaking Life, Disarming Love {guest post}

  There’s a richness and prophetic insight to Suzannah Paul‘s words that I cannot get enough of. She fights for justice in the best of ways, through powerful peace. Over to Suzannah:   They’re willful, the both of them. Like their mama, I suppose. Not much for people pleasing or authority. (Like their mama?)   […]

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In a far country

It is hard for a good girl to know when she is walking away from God.   The bad girls and boys do it clearly. They ask for their inheritance straight up, off to gamble it away and say ‘ciao for now, I’d actually rather you were dead, God.’   I don’t tend to do […]

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Forgiveness and Forgetfulness

This post first appeared as a guest post for Anita Mathias’ excellent blog, Dreaming Beneath the Spires.  You can check it out here. Last night I told my husband (slightly sheepishly) that I had bought some MORE children’s books.   I like to buy children’s books and my boy likes to read them. It is […]

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