Love, Laughter and Loyalty

I LOVE to hear laughter! Everyone in my family has a distinct laugh and it makes my heart glad to hear it!  How about you?  Do you laugh?  What makes you laugh?  Laughter is a must in our household! “We must learn to recognize that there can be no relationship unless there is commitment, unless...
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Metro World Child Update

In December, several Conference Women’s Ministries Directors visited Metro World Child in Brooklyn, New York! We had an awesome time! We rode the buses to pick up children for the Christmas event where the stockings were handed. Many of the children do not receive any other Christmas presents. so our contribution to this special event...
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Give to Live: Experiencing God’s Abundance

When it comes to giving, Bill and Melinda Gates are considered “chart toppers.” One year, they gave $60 billion to such causes as a cure for HIV/AIDS and malaria, and the prevention of mother and child deaths. But since they are still listed among the wealthiest families in the world, we can assume that they...
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You Are Not Alone

Under qualified, over-zealous, and maybe just a little bit misunderstood. Your heart burns for an overwhelming response to every lyric that leaves your tongue.  You search for fresh and cutting-edge songs that will inspire your ministry to experience the next level that you so desperately long to know.  You’ve had your fair share of blank...
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Not Called to the Norm

I was sitting at my desk this morning doing my usual work when I heard the beep of our office door open. I look up to see my husband standing at my window holding a cup of my favorite coffee. I know this seems very small, but to me it was absolutely precious. It was...
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Book Review: Wait and See

Book Review: Wait and See: Finding Peace in God’s Pauses and Plans by Wendy Pope By Sasha LeBlanc  “We often interpret our seasons of wait as inconvenient, an interruption on the way to the ultimate outcome. Might I suggest we view our wait as an intermission, rather than an interruption? … Sometimes, God’s greatest work...
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