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Special Encouragement amidst Disaster

Posted by on Nov 20, 2017 in Blog, Christian Living, Motivational Minutes, Speaking, Video | 0 comments

The disasters we see on the nightly news can overwhelm us. But we all have "two fish and five loaves of bread," small lunches that God can use to bless many.

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Labor Day Encouragement

Posted by on Nov 13, 2017 in Blog, Christian Living, Motivational Minutes, Speaking, Video | 0 comments

At times I've been in the wrong place at the wrong time! You and I are uniquely gifted with unique opportunities to serve God and His people. And should we get off track, we have a God of love and faithfulness Who is always there to help us get back on track!

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That Morning Cup of Coffee (or Tea)

Posted by on Nov 7, 2017 in Blog, Christian Living, Motivational Minutes, Speaking, Video | 0 comments

On Saturday mornings I get together with a small group of women. We laugh. We talk through life’s challenges. Who has God placed in your life? Who’s on your team?

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What I Know for Sure (after filming 8 of 21 videos)

Posted by on Oct 23, 2017 in Blog, Christian Living, Motivational Minutes, Speaking, Video | 0 comments

After filming eight videos, here's what I know for sure. It's not just about the editing, the blush, and the length!

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Remembering High School (and the weight of it all!)

Posted by on Oct 16, 2017 in Blog, Christian Living, Motivational Minutes, Speaking, Video | 0 comments

This is Part 2 of a Motivational Minute in which I remember high school. I talked about wanting to be taller, smarter, and more engaging. What I didn't say? I really just wanted to be skinnier. At a formative time I used a number on the scale to measure my self worth, a struggle to this very day.

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Remembering High School (a few years later!)

Posted by on Oct 9, 2017 in Blog, Christian Living, Motivational Minutes, Speaking, Video | 0 comments

I just wanted to be taller, smarter, more engaging, more accomplished, not realizing my missteps would make me stronger, my challenges would make me wiser, and my faith would get me through it all.

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