17 11, 2015

Talk Tuesday…A Series on Seasons of Change (Blog 12 – Seasons of Change)

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Every Tuesday we engage in one big question, topic or idea. You are invited to write in with a suggestion you want to share. I surely do not have all the answers but know that together we can generate some great conversation and have fun in the process. (Feel free to post your topics, questions, and your great thoughts in the comments below!) Together, we will stay informed and equipped about topics that matter! Today’s Blog Contributor: Cyndi Pollard Cyndi [...]

6 11, 2014

Dress What You Got and Make it Hot!

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By Kelli Best Well, my birthday is this week! Now, this isn't a shameful way to prompt well wishes, although I will gladly receive them, it’s just that I have been thinking. Birthdays are just numbers, or really accomplishments. This week, I have achieved the number 48 and it doesn't scare me one bit! Oh, I realize I have now progressed to my “late” forties, but who cares! Well, actually, I do! Like most women, I have yet to attain [...]

4 09, 2014

Tip of the Day…Acceptance

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28 10, 2013

What’s Under Your Couch?

By |October 28th, 2013|Categories: Pondering|Tags: , , , , |7 Comments

I admit it, I like a clean house. Okay, maybe worse than that. If you want to call putting someone’s glass in the dishwasher before they had a chance to finish drinking it, OBSESSIVE, than go right ahead. I have several excuses for my obsessive behavior. Having a house in order helps me feel in control. I also find quick gratification in these seemly mundane tasks, a kind of gratification that is hard to find in the outside world. And [...]

12 06, 2013

Erasing the Face of Jesus

By |June 12th, 2013|Categories: The Church|Tags: , , , , , , |2 Comments

During my recent visit to Italy, I had the privilege to visit some 33 churches, museums, monasteries, and castles. An amazing world of beauty, creativity, and passion surrounded me but one thing surprised me. I felt an eerie absent of God’s presence in each church we visited. it seemed that the churches we visited had become places of tourism instead of places of worship. At the beginning of my trip, I blamed my experience on jet-leg and continued to pray [...]

12 12, 2012

A Feminist and a Gambler

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My grandmother was a feminist and a gambler. I remember the Christmas I won my first game of BINGO at the local community hall in the small country town where my Grandparents lived. My prize: A Christmas turkey. My Grandmother was so proud; she cooked my “prize” (in addition to the one she had already purchased) just so she could brag to the guest about what a great BINGO player I had become. I knew from an early age that [...]

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