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Fasting & Faith

Well, it is 1/2 way through Lent, so if you’ve given up something… you have less than 20 days to go! Traditionally, Lent is a time of fasting and prayer where millions of believers, across many faiths, immerse themselves in this time of sacrifice to spiritually prepare their hearts leading…

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Delivering the Gift

This weekend my husband and I had the privilege of delivering over $4,000 of Christmas blessings to strangers, on behalf of Hope Community Church – and this is what I learned…

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Our Unbelievable Adventure

I’ve told our story about a dozen times or so over the past 3 years, and every time it’s just as marvelous, magical, and unimaginable as when it was all happening and unraveling before our eyes. When people ask WHY we moved from California to Ohio, my husband usually jokes…

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A Thankful Holiday

Well, it’s 2020. Holidays during a pandemic, the most traveled time of the year… and countries, states, cities across the world are encouraging people to stay home and not have gatherings for the holidays. In an effort to decrease “social mobility”, many places are taking action to help slow the…

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Content with Covid

8 months deep into this pandemic and almost 13 million people have been diagnosed with Coronavirus in the USA. Chances are you have met someone(s) who has survived Coronavirus and lived to tell their tale. One of the many things that is so baffling about this novel virus is the…

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Transformational Beauty

I have change in my heart and transformation on my mind. Here in Northeast Ohio, the colors are exploding and transforming before my very eyes. I was out photographing the marvel of this season recently and the first tree I came upon had these gorgeous reddish, orange leaves. I wanted…

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It Takes A Village

Now! Right NOW, more than ever before, is the time to come together; rally, stand up and support our children and families in each of our communities. We need to build our villages and lean into to them to support each other.

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