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  • Discomfort Zone

  • Posted by Sandra Stanford on April 8, 2016 | Topics: Personal Growth
  • One of my favorite episodes from the “I Love Lucy” show is when Lucy is attempting to dance with a group of professional dancers. She goes left when the other dancers go right. It’s hilarious. Recently I found myself feeling like Lucy in that show. It came from my decision to begin exercising again. My … Continue reading “Discomfort Zone”

  • Prayer

  • Posted by Jim Keller on February 29, 2016 | Topics: Personal Growth, Spiritual Developments
  • Prayer has always been difficult for me. It’s not that I don’t believe that it’s ineffective of that God’s somehow not listening, it’s just that I think of praying most of the time as a last resort. A few years back, my wife and I were talking about a recurring problem that had not been … Continue reading “Prayer”

  • A Simple Statement

  • Posted by Sandra Stanford on January 21, 2016 | Topics: Family
  • It was Christmas morning and my daughter, Anna Beth, handed me a small jewelry box wrapped in holiday paper. Immediately I knew it would be a charm for my bracelet. When I opened the present, it took a moment to register what the charm represented. Then, I realized it looked like a postcard and the … Continue reading “A Simple Statement”

  • Thanksgiving

  • Posted by Robin Nicholas on November 24, 2015 | Topics: Family, Personal Growth
  • “Why did I agree to this? What was I thinking? I’ve never cooked a meal this big in my life! Now, my family is counting on ME to make our Thanksgiving meal. “ These were the thoughts running through my mind as I sat at my kitchen table searching recipes and creating a game plan … Continue reading “Thanksgiving”

  • Rememberance

  • Posted by Robin Nicholas on September 15, 2015 | Topics: Grief
  •   This past Friday was 9/11. A day remembered by our nation as one of the darkest days in American history. A day so impactful that most Americans remember exactly where they were and what they were doing the moment they heard the horrific news. Countless men, women and children lost their lives that day. … Continue reading “Rememberance”