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Trailblazer Bread

A guest post today from the one and only St. James.  If we could live on bread alone – I’d pick this recipe for sure!!!


 Rachel and I met back in 2002 at a summer camp up near Huntsville. This camp is known for many things: great summer memories, sharing the gospel, teaching kids everything from archery to kayaking, model rocketry to dance. Something

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Spotlight on a Saint

It’s no secret that I jokingly call my husband St. James.

And it really isn’t  much of a joke – he’s a pretty saintly guy.

Right this very minute I’m eating a delicious chocolate chip cookie he made. He makes better cookies than my grandma – can you believe that!?

James is about to graduate with his undergrad degree. After

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Beauty on my Desk

That Saint of a Husband of mine sent me beautiful red tulips for Valentine’s Day.

They’re opening up, all full and round and lovely.

Beauty bursting on my desktop.

A blessing.

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Eating Humble Pie With my (open) Hands

It was so good to worship with God’s people this morning.
I am so glad that I won’t have to miss out on church because of work anymore.
You know that whole “open hands” thing I’m trying?
That whole not being a control-freak thing?

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A Day’s Delights

Today was one of those days that just couldn’t have been much better.
One of those wonderful, ordinary, lovely days in which nothing extra special happens, but is full of all kinds of things that are so very special.
Today was a long time coming, the first day I’ve had off after working 10 in a row.
And it was good.  
Kind of like God said it would be
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