He Died for our Freedom

Outside my bedroom window there is a field. Sometimes when I get up in the morning I look out. I just want to look at it. It’s so peaceful. An empty field where the grass grows long and wild. I enjoy the quietness as I […]

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To Everything there is a Season

Deena, can you play this song on your guitar? A good song is impactful and can even change your mood. I enjoy listening to an upbeat rock and roll song. But as a Christian I’ve had this major dilemma almost all my life. That is, […]

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Amazing Stories of the Bible

As a New Year’s Resolution did you consider reading the Bible through but haven’t started yet? I have a suggestion: Why not read all the most famous stories in it this year? You still have ample time to do it and it will give a […]

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A Purple Cow and A Yellow Rose

I remember vividly, although thirty years ago, reading poems in library class at Jane Addams Elementary in Oakhurst, Oklahoma. My friend, Tara Bunganich, and I would come in from an active recess and take turns reading them together. The best days to read would be […]

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The Cheesy Burger King Guy

What happened to Burger King? Are they on a massive campaigne to sell cheese. That’s what it appears like to me. The plastic faced Burger King guy is starting to get on my nerves. He’s getting on my husband’s nerves too.

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Home Matters

Our home is important. I want my children to have happy loving memories of their childhood and that we did lots of things together as a family. I seriously pray my children would live to honor God all their life. In our home, although I’m […]

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Cure the Blues: Run

The other night I was watching the national news and researchers say that exercise can relieve depression. Woo-hoo! The study even says it can replace the use of medication such as Zoloft. I kind of knew all of this was true in the back of […]

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Mom’s Career

I have a huge amount of siblings. My oldest brother, Phillip will turn 48 this year. My youngest brother, Daniel just turned 20. There is a 28 year age difference between these two. In 1971 Mom began her quest with the “teenage years”. Finnnnnnalllllly this […]

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Cold In Russia

My sister Penny and her fiance Alex are teaching in Russia. But lately their trip to and from school has been more difficult. The other day as Penny left for school, a short distance later she realized there was frost on her scarf. It was […]

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