Healed!

About this time for the past 4 years you all have come to expect some sort of report from my trips to translate for the Grace Fellowship Healing and Miracles missions team.  Last year I shared the entire list of miracles we saw as a team.  This year, however, I have my own miracle to […]

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Accepted

As most of you know from my last blog post I had an interview at Messiah College on September 21, 2017 to see if I would be accepted to their marriage, couple and family counseling degree program.  What I didn’t include in that post (because I was trying to surprise some people) was that through […]

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Thank God We Were Robbed!

“I think someone broke into our car but didn’t take anything,” I said to my wife as we got into the car. “Yeah they did.  They got my bag.  And yours too.” she replied after looking in the back seat.  I hadn’t thought of looking in the back.  I had been staring at the car’s […]

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Trust

A few weeks ago my husband shared a blog post about his breakthrough burn. For those of you who didn’t read the last blog that he put out check it out here.  He’s worked hard for 14 weeks to allow God to transform his life physically, mentally and spiritually.  The day that my husband submitted […]

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Acceptance Interview

Hi friends!  So, once again it has been a while since I’ve updated you on my progress of pursuing a marriage, couple and family counseling degree but that does not mean nothing has been happening.  Since my last post in May, I have been working hard on the checklist of admission requirements.  I have had […]

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Breakthrough Burn

If you have seen pictures of us recently, you will notice that we have gotten a bit thinner.  The picture above is a comparison between our wedding day in 2010 and me wearing a tux for a wedding we were invited to be a part of just a week ago.  Some folks would think that […]

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Choose From Among Yourselves…

  1 Now at this time while the disciples were increasing in number, a complaint arose on the part of the Hellenistic Jews against the native Hebrews, because their widows were being overlooked in the daily serving of food. 2 So the twelve summoned the congregation of the disciples and said, “It is not desirable […]

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