Author Archives: Nancy

Lobbing Balls and Love

Life coming at you in all directions? Can’t keep all the balls on the go? Take a swing, one ball at a time. Swing front hand with thanksgiving or take a backhand shot of forgiveness and watch that ball fly … Continue reading

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It’s Only

It’s only 1 kilometer, 1 slice, 1 sip, 1 click, 1 peek, 1 time, 1 lick. “It’s only 7 km.” my husband and I said as we inched our way further and further north. “It’s only 39 km.  Let’s go.” … Continue reading

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Migh-Tea, God

Almighty God. God is mighty. He is “My Tea”. It is not formal communion, but while sitting with Jesus and sipping tea, I am communing with Him.  When I inwardly drink the warm tea, it is like when I allow Him … Continue reading

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Unwrapping Gifts

Christmas gifts, so fun to wrap. Trying to find just the right colour paper or concealing the bumps and lumps of that awkward gift that just won’t seem to fit into a box or bag, can be challenging. All the … Continue reading

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Plastic Cling Wrapped

Psalm 63:8 jumped out at me and clung to me this morning. Like that annoying plastic wrap designed to cling to a bowl, but entangles itself around everything else, I want my soul to cling to God. I think He … Continue reading

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Alluring Aroma

  My friend, Cathy, gave me a freshly chosen lily from her garden and unexpectedly, a lovely aroma wafted over me. “Thanks be to God, who always leads us as captives in Christ’s triumphal procession and uses us to spread … Continue reading

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The Cross and Power Lines

Interesting image I thought, when I came across the Whitefish River First Nation Cemetery and it got me thinking about power. by Nancy

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