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2020 appears to be the year from hell. No kidding. The spiritual oppression is thick. That kind of heaviness doesn’t originate from flesh and blood but principalities, powers, and other forces of darkness (Ephesians 6:12). Believers are wading through gloom, fear, stress, and pressure they’ve never experienced before. Even if you’re COVID free, spared from
Since many of us, including me, have spent most of 2020 at home, I thought you might like to get out of the house. At least for a few minutes. So today, I’m taking you on a mini virtual-vacation to Finland, complete with photos. Grab your sunglasses, and let’s go! Armchair traveler vacationing! There is
I am further away from my date of birth than I am from my home going. The world I knew growing up and raising a family was very different from the world I’m living in now or will be tomorrow. Yet, it is this pandemic laced, politically messy, violent, and morally upside-down reality that I
Sometimes I feel like I am living a version of the 1993 comedy film, Groundhog Day. You know the movie. Phil (Bill Murray) is a TV weatherman covering February 2nd, Groundhog Day, in Punxsutawney. For unknown reasons, he gets trapped in a time loop that keeps repeating itself. His life becomes a series of the
Are you wondering how to host a virtual Camp Grandma or Cousins Camp with long distant grandchildren or during the COVID-19 shelter-at-home guidelines? Last week, one of the members in my private Shelter In Him Facebook group posted this note: I need some ideas and encouragement for our Grand Camp. We have had camp with
I’m a people watcher. One of the human things I’m noticing as we move forward with COVID-19’s sheltering-in-home is the mixed bag of responses regarding isolation. Most of us cozied right up to the idea of time off of work or the perfect excuse to indulge ourselves in a DIY project. We all started toilet
Like many, I hear stories of those on the front lines of this new pandemic called the Coronavirus. Some work in hospitals, labs, and response teams called to deal with the virus in ways we aren’t even aware of – (think morticians or cleanup crews). Others keep our supply lines open for food and transportation.
Are you feeling lonely? It’s not a fun emotion as it usually morphs into feeling sad, isolated, or depressed. You’ve probably known periods of loneliness more often than you’d like. Most women over 50 have, so you’re not alone. As you age, people you care about disappear from your life either because of different interests,
How often have you woken up in the morning with your thoughts carrying snippets of concern, crisis, or unpleasant responsibility? If you fall asleep dwelling on such things, restlessness or bothersome dreams haunt your night. When your daily life is squished in-between such musings, it’s hard to envision or experience success in your relationships, job,
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