Category Archives: Dad’s letters

These are details of my dad’s last 5 weeks on earth. Miraculous and full of the Glory of God in and around my dad. I wrote them to my church family, Grace Life, while I was with my family in Louisiana. Dec 2011-Jan 2012. He was born on Christmas Day 1945 and took his first eternal breath on New Years Day 2012. What a life. So thankful to have these remembrances.

Fear of the unknown

You‘re on an incredible path (of understanding just how incredible you are) and I’m excited about your journey!  I can certainly appreciate all of your fears of the unknown.  Fortunately (that’s an understatement:) we have a God that is becoming … Continue reading

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What do we do with “bad” thoughts?

I can appreciate your struggle and I believe the Lord uses many avenues to deliver great hope. You are not alone, my friend.  At different times in life, all of humanity has “bad thoughts” and wonders about the Goodness of … Continue reading

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Created in God’s image

The amazing news is that we were created in God’s image.  We were with Him before time began.  He wouldn’t have been complete without us, and He’s never been incomplete.  He said “Let us make them in our image….”  and … Continue reading

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Ministry…in God’s eyes

I can understand your feelings of separation.  I, too, have been in great desperation in my understanding of my walk with the Lord.  You are not alone in this human blindness, my friend. Your frustration is founded in what religion … Continue reading

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Being loving

Breathe.  Seriously, just take a minute and recognize that the very next breath you take wouldn’t be possible without the Lord himself holding you together.  Take a moment and recognize how incredibly eternally unique and loved you are for Him … Continue reading

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