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Archive for October 2010

Living L.I.F.E.

October 21, 2010

Where have I been? I know … I know … I know. It’s been awhile since the blog has been updated. That’s because I have been living my life. Our family is in the process of moving to a new home. There’s alot that goes into moving out of one house and into another one. […]

Validation Addiction

October 13, 2010

A few years the Christian media and book world was buzzing over the concept: Approval Addicition … living your life to please others rather than finding out what God wanted from you and accepting who you were in Christ. Mega church pastors and online sermon sites offered series after series on this subject. The goal […]

Reproached By Whom?

October 11, 2010

There’s nothing worse than righteous puritans who feel it is their “God given duty” to point out what everybody else is doing wrong.  Many of them do it from a cowardly place of anonymity. Easy to point out the flaws and sins of others when no one knows who you are to return the favor. […]

Boxer Rebellion

October 10, 2010

….no, not the historical one but the one in my house. Our house is filled with boxes as we get packed to move. The house we have lived in for the past 13 months was in foreclosure when we rented it. It has been an unsettling feeling not knowing when the day would come when we […]

Don’t Get Stuck On Stupid

October 7, 2010

“Stupid is as stupid does.” ~ Forrest Gump Sometimes in life we do dumb things. Admit it. There are times when you done something, said something, or acted like a dope. But some people have turned stupidity into a way of life. I am not talking about those who have special needs or a disability. […]

LIFE Living In Freedom and Expectation

October 6, 2010

Jesus said in John 1o:10 “I have come that you may have life and have it more abundantly.” What does that mean? Some people say it means you will never have any problems again once you come to Jesus. Others say you’ll have more stuff than ever before. Still others contend it means greater spiritual […]