Monthly Archives: July 2007

if everyone else jumped off a bridge …

cause everyone else is doing it and I want to be with the crowd (just in case the scores don’t make that clear) Advertisements

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Friday Five from RevGalBlogPals

Friday 5- floods and droughts posted by Sally Here in the UK we are struggling with floods, other parts of the world have similar problems without the infrastructure to cope with it, still others are badly affected by drought…. My … Continue reading

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summer camp

A long time ago, at a camp far, far from home, I was struggling with the question, “why even bother being a Christian?” I could not reconcile a God who loved me with the God who planned my father’s death … Continue reading

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remember your baptism and be thankful

That’s what the preacher is supposed to say when water is used in a way that cannot be construed as baptism. We have had seven of these huge fans, yes seven, in the church since late Tuesday afternoon with two … Continue reading

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The Monday after Vacation

While on vacation, I received several phone calls from doctors’ offices, specifically, the Rheumatologist and the Primary Care. I had already called the Primary Care doctor to set up a physical because of Rheumatologist’s concerns over slightly elevated blood sugar … Continue reading

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Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows (no spoilers)

What a story! I didn’t think JKR could get everything wrapped up without the “answers” sticking out but she did it. I got the answers and it felt authentic (well, for a fictional story set in the wizarding world). We … Continue reading

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Friday five from RevGalBlogPals

Friday 5- looking back, looking forward posted by Sally When I began work here at Downham Market a wise friend told me that after one year I would see a few changes and sense God at work- years two and … Continue reading

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