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Celebrate Recovery

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Self assessment – do you dare?

So I still sheepishly remember that Easter Sunday a few years ago. We had two sick little boys who had been throwing up and the house was trashed with contents of four Easter baskets strewn from one end to the other. Literally. The floor was covered in fake grass, toys and candy. One of our boys had … Continue reading

Affected by the past? Childhood experiences affecting your marriage?

It took most of my marriage for me to understand that I was filtering my relationship with my husband through this lens. Because those sounds and sights were so deeply impactful, my brain interprets so many things as dangerous even when they are not. Continue reading

I said yes to orphans in Africa – I got Celebrate Recovery

It was 1985 in small town USA and I was just a blonde-haired, pony tailed, freckle-face little thing watching one of our three tv channels thanks to the bunny ears sitting on top of the T.V. Even as an 8-year-old, the televised USA for Africa concert featuring all of our favorite ’80s voices just moved me. You remember … Continue reading

Let’s have a play date – intentional living in my backyard

One of the things about being the backyard missionary is doing things on purpose. I shop at the same places, eat at the same places, get my hair done, and drop off my husband’s shirts at the same places each time, all in order to connect with the people who work there and be a … Continue reading