Monthly Archives: March 2013

A Solitary Place

One winter my husband and I enjoyed a relaxing trip to the Rocky Mountains of Colorado during one of their famous snow trimmed winters.  We were fortunate enough to stay in a beautiful home owned by some friends.  This Victorian home was backed … Continue reading

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Tilling the Soil of a Child’s Soul

Looking at me with his big blue eyes over his peanut butter and jelly sandwich, my at the time four year old tells me that he wants to pray to an idol.  Perplexed at first, I remember that his Sunday … Continue reading

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Battling Burnout

An Orlando-area resident watched as her custom-built home collapsed.  It fell into a sinkhole in the earth.  Scientists say that sinkholes occur when underground streams drain away during seasons of drought.  This drought causes the ground at the surface to … Continue reading

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