Category Archives: Salvation

The Things Nightmares Are Made Of

Last week I received an invitation by a seasoned traveler and military spouse to journey into Seoul for some Christmas shopping. Without a moment’s hesitation I responded, “I’M IN!” While I was very excited to do some shopping for authentic … Continue reading

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A Loving and Compassionate Father

If you’re like me, at one point or another in your life you have felt quite guilty about something, ashamed and full of regret. Our first instinct is to curl up into a little ball and block out the world. … Continue reading

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On Easter We Celebrate Our Freedom

It never occurred to me to write a special post for Easter until I was sitting in church today. For most of us, Easter is an egg hunt. My family is no different; Bill and I got up at 5:30 … Continue reading

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Chasing the Wind

Some of you just read Missed Opportunities and thought, “My legacy will last much longer than 90 years. I will pass my fortune on to my children, who will pass it to their children.” Or, if you are a super … Continue reading

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Missed Opportunities

My dad died five years ago. Since then, there’s hardly a week that I don’t think about him. For all of you out there who have experienced the untimely loss of their father, I’m sure you can relate. Dad never … Continue reading

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