Monthly Archives: December 2010

My Christmas List

Recently I heard someone remark that Christmas is just for children. I believe that to be nonsense, although I do agree that often children get much more out of the holiday than the rest of us. After all, children have … Continue reading

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Start Where You Are

You may have seen the great movie, The Pursuit of Happyness, based on the experiences of Chris Gardner. In his new book, Start Where You Are, Chris says, “the power of the present offers each and every one of us … Continue reading

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Answered Prayer, Brought to Us by the Letter C

If you watch the children’s television program Sesame Street, you remember that, at least back in the day, each show was “sponsored by” a letter and a number. Then, throughout the show, there would be skits featuring examples of words … Continue reading

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Walking On Fire

You’ve probably heard me talk about my adventures of walking on fire at Edwene Gaines’ retreat center in Alabama. There are innumerable valuable reminders that come as a result of the experience: the reminder that listening to the Still Small … Continue reading

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The Cavalry Ain’t Coming

“Sometimes our view is that if we pray hard enough, and say just the right words, God will zoom in from that Place where things are perfect, flow through us and our imperfections from some Higher Place of Consciousness, and … Continue reading

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