Author Archives: Beth Holland

About Beth Holland

Beth Holland lives to make a difference that will encourage, inspire and impact lives for eternity. She loves to write, travel, read and work on significant projects. You can often find her spending time with her family at local parks, museums or the beach. Being the mother of two grown children, son Micah (soon to be married to Alyssa) and daughter Ashley Elizabeth and married for over 30 years to the love of her life, Dan, is what she is most thankful for.

Be Still and Know

Read:   “Be still and know that I am God;” Psalm 46:10a   “Then Jesus went with his disciples to a place call Gethsemane, and he said to them, “Sit here while I go over there and pray.” Matthew 26:36 … Continue reading

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Choosing Perseverance

The gymnasium atmosphere was filled with energy. Players dribbled up and down the court minus the sound of squeaky shoes. Instead a hand to rubber sound permeated the air as the players maneuvered their wheelchairs into position. Growing up I … Continue reading

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New Rhythms

“If all of your life is visible to others, from the time we get up in the morning until we fall into bed at night, then we’ll be as unsteady as a ship with no keel. Indeed, the more of … Continue reading

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God is Good

I was emerging from my morning quiet time with God when I stepped into the kitchen and laid this new realization on him, the realization that God is good. When he looked at me I could read his mind, “well … Continue reading

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Homeschooling: Was it Worth it?

I must confess that I’ve been more emotional lately. Having completed his freshman year of college, I recently sent my son back to school thinking, “Okay, I think I’m finally getting used to him being a thousand miles away. Whew…now … Continue reading

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More is Caught than Taught

“A penny is the start of a dollar—that’s what my grandmother would say,” I stated to my children as I stopped to pick up a penny off the ground. They would look at me with inquisitive expressions and I would … Continue reading

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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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