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Do You Suffer From EA?

We. Lost. Broadband. Because we bundle services, satellite, internet and the land line, all vanished in the snap of a finger. Misery ensued. Cold, clammy, sweaty, pale. Couldn’t catch my breath. I quickly realized I suffered from EA – Electronic … Continue reading

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The Roadrunner and the Snake

In the cool of early morning with steam rising from the rich pecan praline brew, I lounged on the back porch glider when a Roadrunner rushed into view. They grow up to two feet long and one foot high, surprisingly … Continue reading

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What Parts are Broken?

When we first designed the kitchen a built-in dish soap dispenser at the sink seemed, well, fancy and cool. But it quickly became a pain to scrunch down, and blindly reach underneath the sink, disposal, cords, and drain pipe in … Continue reading

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Happiest of New Years!

“Good morning, God. This is Your year. I am Your child. Please draw me near.” “This is the day (YEAR) which the Lord has made; Let us rejoice and be glad in it,” Psalm 118:24. “Christ was raised from the dead … Continue reading

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Are You Close to Christ?

“Be still and know that I am God.” Ps 46:10 We enjoyed having a group of college students at the ranch for a couple of days of spiritual reflection this weekend. Their leader mentioned this verse and encouraged the students … Continue reading

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Overcoming Darkness from the Past

“And Saul was in hearty agreement with putting him (Stephen) to death,” Acts 8:1a. I imagine Saul suffered intense guilt over his persecution of Christians and his part in the death of Stephen. However, instead of letting the past dictate … Continue reading

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Storm Lessons of Life

Violent storm clouds, bruised and swollen, crowded over the ranch. Brutal winds screamed through flailing branches, and torrential rains began their angry descent. Lightning slashed the sky and thunder crashed overhead. I stood helpless, yet fascinated and transfixed at the … Continue reading

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