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Handling Conflict Splashing Out

Posted by Guest Blogger on December 8, 2016 in Faith, Uncategorized

Written by Guest Blogger, Ally Vermeer The e-mail came in right around lunch time. I remember, because suddenly, the bacon ranch dressing on the salad I was eating wasn’t quite as delicious, and my face flushed enough for my husband, sitting across the table from me, to ask me what was wrong. The customer was […]

Choosing the right gloves can change your marriage Choosing The Right Gloves Can Change Your Marriage

Posted by Laurie Sheffield on September 16, 2016 in Faith, Family, Marriage, Uncategorized

He has made everything beautiful in His time. Ecclesiastes 3:11 For two short years we lived in Albuquerque, New Mexico, while my husband did his gastroenterology fellowship. I can still smell the roasted Hatch Green Chiles in the air. Every Fall we’d buy 20 or 30 pounds of Hatch Chiles and have them roasted at […]

#FAIL

Posted by Julie Widman on September 9, 2016 in Faith, Family, Friendship, Julie Widman, Uncategorized

What did this batch of cornbread muffins remind me about my relationships? A lot. It should be noted that I followed the directions of this recipe to the letter. Every. Single. Step. Executed with utmost effort and care. I measured correctly, set the timer, used my best muffin pan. I even used the convection oven […]

Pamela Havey Lau Re-engaging In Friendships Is A Path Worth Taking

Posted by Joy Roberts on August 31, 2016 in Faith, Freedom, Friendship, Uncategorized

Written by Guest Blogger, Pamela Havey Lau Several years ago, I needed a friend outside of my current circle to help me navigate an extremely painful life experience.  Before I just randomly talked with anyone who came to mind, I made a list of what I needed in that counsel.  I remember the morning I […]

I Long to Be Free

Posted by Joy Roberts on June 2, 2016 in Faith, Freedom, Friendship, Joy Roberts, Uncategorized

I long to be free… To have the sun on my face and the wind in my hair. When I was young, I had a beautiful appaloosa horse named Danny.  He was a massive, powerful steed covered in spots.  Actually, Danny was not my horse. But his owner, a family friend, allowed me to ride […]