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God … Disguised as our Life(Comments Off on God … Disguised as our Life)

February 28, 2019

It was Paula D’Arcy who wrote, ‘God comes to us disguised as our life’.

Paula D’Arcy wrote those words after a drunk driver killed her husband and one-year-old child, when Paula was just 27, and three months pregnant.

Frederick Buechner echoes a similar insight.… More

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Butterflies and the Blanket

“Just when the caterpillar thought the world was over, it became a butterfly.”
(Proverb)

“Lord, ….let our prayers become part of the fabric of this blanket, saturating each thread to bring healing with each stitch. Please comfort and cover the recipient with your love through this blanket.”

Graceland Baptist Church, New Albany, Indiana.More

Jewels in God’s Crown

Jenny could be likened to a can of coke. She had a bubbly personality. She had come into our lives when a friend of ours had found her camping alone and invited her to move into their flat.

Although Jenny came from a rocky background, she came to know the Lord and gave him both her heart and her life.… More

The Shrine

My Mom’s name was Agnes Cecelia Taylor McKee; she was the youngest child in a family of ten children. She was born on November 29, 1911 and died of a sudden heart attack on April 11, 1977 at the age of 65.… More


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