Monthly Archives: April 2011

Skeletons in the closet

I had something else in mind for today, but read a blog on abortion that really started me thinking.  I have to say, I am definitely pro-life, though when I was very young, my sympathies for a time were with … Continue reading

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God speaking, part 2.

Several years ago, I was at a retreat where a woman was brought up to give us her testimony.  She had spent years in inner city schools but her testimony was that it was all due to a single decision, … Continue reading

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When has God spoken to you?

I am reading a book about how God speaks to us and whether we are listening, or perhaps how to enhance our ability to listen.  One section had some personal stories and I thought, I have some of those.  I … Continue reading

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Where is God in disasters?

In the past month or so, we have seen major earthquakes in Japan, with a tsunami that overcame the seawalls meant to protect some cities.  It was followed by the problems with the nuclear plant.  Closer to home, in recent … Continue reading

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More on women at midlife

I really never quite got to the point I wanted to make about women and midlife.  I wanted to discuss a bit about finding a mentor to help you through it.  Personally, other than my mom, who I got much … Continue reading

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Stages of life

I was reading a post and comments on her.meneutics about Christians and menopause.  It suggested that women find somewhat older women to help them through this stage of life.  Of course the comments were all over the map, from grateful … Continue reading

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Standing up in the face of injustice

There is a popular song out now that talks about how we need to stand up in the face of injustice.  I also see things in the blogs and other media about justice.  It seems to be a primary focus … Continue reading

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