Monthly Archives: August 2015

The Power of Vulnerability

In the post Shame and Vulnerability I discussed my current most favorite video.  Only thing is – I linked the wrong video.  Don’t get me wrong – the video I linked is a good one. It’s actually a follow up Ted … Continue reading

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Jesus Prays for Us

John 17 is a prayer Jesus is praying to God the Father before he goes to the cross.  It is a beautiful prayer expressing his deep love for not only his disciples, but for all believers. Jesus, Son of God, … Continue reading

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Shame and Vulnerability

  I love Ted Talks.  I mean I really love them.  Super love them.  You get the idea.  My current favorite is Brene Brown’a talk on Shame and vulnerability.  I listened to it three times, so far.  And I’m now … Continue reading

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Thank you for the Cross

Jesus came to earth in obedience to his Father. He had a purpose and he fulfilled it.  Being fully God and fully man meant he experienced the full extent of the same emotions we do. In my Bible reading I … Continue reading

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Favorite Travel Items

When I’m traveling I want to spend as much time doing and seeing what I came to do and see.  I don’t want to spend hours at night hunting for items, packing and repacking. I’d rather spend that extra hour … Continue reading

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Love is…

We looked at Faith, Hope and Trust, now let’s look at love. I Cor. 13:13 says, “And now these three remain: faith, hope and love. But the greatest of these is love.”  So, what exactly is love? When I asked around, here … Continue reading

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