Monthly Archives: March 2018

To Talk About Faith, or Not to Talk About Faith – that is the question … :)

Today’s question/comment comes from Stevie.  She wrote: “Sharon’s recent question which started, “when asked about my religion…..” made me think. It made me wonder why I dislike it so much when someone asks me about my faith, especially the question, … Continue reading

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Tending to Our Spiritual Life

Today’s questions come from Cheri.  She writes: “What do you do when you feel like God isn’t listening to your prayers? This is not a crisis in faith, it’s a head knows heart hurts issue.  Second Question: How do you … Continue reading

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What’s On Your Mind?

It’s been a while since I received a question. I’m wondering what’s on your mind.  Drop me a question and let’s start a conversation!

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Jesus Loves Me …

Today’s question comes from Sharon.  She wrote: “When someone asks me what I believe, without going into a 90-minute dissertation, I like to say, “Jesus loves me, this I know, for the Bible tells me so.” Maybe simplistic, but true. … Continue reading

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What’s On Your Mind?

We are well into another week.  What’s on your mind this week?

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Missing Stairs

Today’s question comes from Beverly.  She wrote: “The #MeToo movement has me thinking about what one article I read called ‘missing stairs’: people in a community who are known for their tendency to say and/or do hurtful things, but because … Continue reading

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What’s On Your Mind?

In the past, I’ve perhaps been a little too patient in waiting for questions and comments to emerge from the group.  One of my New Year’s resolutions was to work on prompting conversations a bit more this year.  With that said, … Continue reading

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