Category Archives: Meditation

Still On The Same Page

This morning I saw a tweet from some friends of mine Justin and Trisha Davis. They have a marriage ministry called Refine Us. Their story is incredible and you should definitely check out their blog. The tweet was for a … Continue reading

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My Hiding Place

Yesterday at Cross Point we started our “More” series. Over the next several weeks we are exploring what life would be like if we did not settle for the mediocre. What if we could get “More out of Life”.  A couple … Continue reading

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Upon Reflection of The Balancing Act

I am getting ready to do one of my least favorite things….. Balancing my checkbook. UGH! So this got me thinking… “Why do I hate doing it so much?” Upon further reflection this is what I discovered about myself. I … Continue reading

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Everyone is Useful and Special!

  My daughter said the sweetest thing when we were hanging up ornaments this year that stuck with me. There was a broken snowflake ornanament,it was missing 2 spokes.I told her that we didn’t need to put it on the tree since … Continue reading

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Work-A Gift From God or a Punishment?

So today I braved the nasty weather to head to the monthly Tennessee Christian Chamber Luncheon. The subject was ” The Theology of Work”. The speaker was the president of Travecca Nazerene University, Dr. Dan Boone. Dr. Boone was a very … Continue reading

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Life’s Like a Roller Coaster Ride!

In October this year,I got to do one of my favorite things in the world, RIDE ROLLER COASTERS!  I may have officially lost some of you but try hanging in there with me. Last week in my women’s small group we were discussing … Continue reading

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It is not Rocket Science or is it?

So often we go through our days wanting to be closer to God but we just don’t know how. We think about what we must "do" to be close to our heavenly Father. I think a great deal of the … Continue reading

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