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What Do I Think of Calling Yourself Messianic?

She’s my friend and I love her, which is why I’m willing to take the time to write about this thing that makes my heart clinch up. I write this knowing full well I am talking directly at some folks I have history with and, sadly, some of them aren’t friendly any more but some of them? I […]

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My 3 Year Old Showed Me How To Live Like Jesus

Do not hasten in your spirit to be angry, For anger rests in the bosom of fools. Ecclesiastes 7:9 NKJV Soft red hair glinted in little lightly curled wisps around a pink and white round face while dark eyelashes kissed soft cheeks under deep brown eyes. Red pajamas with feet and an infectious little smile […]

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Educating With A Bus Ticket, A Suitcase, & Prayer

So, this is kind of a break from my regular programming, but I thought you might enjoy hearing what our “school” looks like while we are travelling.   I mean I have an 11th grader and a 9th grader under my tutelage (I just said, “Toot.” My inner 7th grader just laughed out loud.) First, the […]

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3 American Ideals That Didn’t Survive International Travel  

Over the past few years, deeply entrenched in the Introvert Camp, I have experienced a sense of comfort relative to my own personality. I’ve always known I loved my personal space, who doesn’t have a Bubble, right? But to say that I was a bit enamored with the freedom to exercise my rights to be […]

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Never Saying Goodbye

Inside the Jaffa Gate – By David’s Citadel – Old City, Jerusalem Light filters through the slits between curtains and the sound of cars traveling down Meir Gershon wakes me nearly every morning. It’s quiet at 6:00AM. A kind of quiet usually reserved for Shabbat but, since it’s not, I know it won’t last long. It’s […]

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