Thought Provoking Thursdays (TPT)

We have these 2 chairs in our front yard. I love to sit in them and watch the boys play. Yesterday I went to the chairs to sit and read while the boys went to ride bikes and trikes in the driveway. One of our neighbors came over to ride his bike and my oldest […]

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Giving Out of Our Abundance

by SomeGirl on May 20, 2010 · 19 comments

Well, I was going to write this really passionate blog post about what’s been going on in my head and heart. But my husband and I had a long, passionate talk about it over dinner last night and now I’m changing things up a little. Let me start by saying that I NEVER EVER want […]

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God at The Top of a Mountain

by SomeGirl on May 12, 2010 · 6 comments

As you know, I’ve been reading the book Radical by David Platt. Yesterday I had a wonderful opportunity to sit at a coffee shop all by myself, enjoy a delicious Toffee Almond Crunch, and read more of this GREAT book! As I was reading, something stood out to me and I knew right away I […]

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There are 4 words I’d like to use less often… sometimes they’re needed, but usually they could be done without… here they are: “Just a minute, Honey.” I’d really like to replace those words with these 5 words more often: “Sure, Sweetheart, here I come.” What words (in any area of life) would you like […]

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Welcome! Make Yourself at Home…

by SomeGirl on April 21, 2010 · 22 comments

What an exciting day! Today I get the honor of being featured at Gather Inspirit, a wonderful site that provides great Christian encouragement for bloggers. Each week they’re graciously highlighting people who plan to attend The Relevant Conference in October, and today is MY DAY! :)  So, to do something fun for this “open house” […]

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Tommy Nelson, in his Song of Solomon study, tells a story of a person visiting a village on the bank of a river (the following is a paraphrase as I remember the story going). As he is guided around the village he begins to notice people missing limbs, scarred from deep wounds, crippled and hurt. […]

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