Singular Trust

My prayer list is too long. I can no longer remember all the wonderful people in need of prayer. Using my go-to memory technique, I write out the list and it feels even longer. Friends and loved ones with medical issues and/or life crises are seeking hope while enduring loss. The weight is overwhelming to …

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When We Need Help Anticipating Advent

I’m thrilled to welcome my friend Crystal Twaddell as our guest today. Crystal’s warm heart to encourage and uplift is obvious here in her beautiful words on anticipation. Enjoy as we anticipate our King! Anticipation is such a gift! Every year we join the world in celebrating Advent and counting down the arrival of Christmas…the …

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Who to Follow

I knew where I was going, I thought. The incomplete map used to arrive was difficult to follow. So on the way home, I decided upon a more familiar path. But a few wrong turns made me increasingly uncomfortable. Neck hairs standing at attention, nothing was familiar and the map was useless. Every turn increased …

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Even if the Healing Never Comes

I’m interrupting our Holiday Wellness Plan for a very special guest post from my pastor, mentor, and friend, Rev. Kenton Wendorf.  He embodies my approach to wellness:  we can be well, whatever our circumstance. His inspiring faithful walk through a difficult situation has inspired me and many others.  I’m thrilled to share his wise wellness observations …

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Sensing His Presence

The tangerine color caught my eye among all the gray. I glanced past my daughter in the passenger seat to glimpse a beautiful sunrise amid the fog. Brilliant hues of peach, pink and orange turned to yellows as we traveled for a few hours the other morning. The majesty of the colors was a grateful …

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