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Years ago, a friend and I were lamenting over our overwhelming "to-do lists" when she said something that, to this day, I still think about. She said, "The thing I keep reminding myself of is this… I'm an infinite being, and my to-do lists are finite. Somehow that helps me keep things in perspective." We are infinite beings! Even though the lists,...

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In recent weeks I found myself in a prayer "funk." It’s a gift to be able to pray without ceasing––while we drive, do dishes, or walk the dog. Because we can pray while we simultaneously move through life, we get to be in constant communication with God. While we’re “chatting” we also have the privilege of offering intercessory prayers. Scripture is...

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Resurrection for the believer is about life over death. But it's also about knowing we have a home. Home is so much more than a building, isn't it? • It's a place of refuge. It's a sanctuary…the safe place we can go. • It's a place of authenticity. The moment we walk in its doors, we don't have to put on any pretense....

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Self-care can be crazy hard. There are usually a handful to a hundred reasons we should be doing something, ANYTHING other than care for ourselves. Gah! The past five weeks have been eye-opening for me. As we've studied spiritual, emotional, mental, and physical self-care, I've learned that I've got a lot to learn! This week was no exception. The social part...

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I knew a man whose work took him all over the world. He would tell of his global travels, and I would sit in awe. Until one day, he said, "Cindy, the truth is I'm world-weary. I just want to go home." We don't have to be globe trotters to be "world-weary." Life is hard. It's impossible not to long for...

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