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All-Out Faith

Welcome! In my last post I talked about our crazy flight to Italy. Today I’m sharing the flip side – the adventure of the return home.  After an unforgettable adventure throughout nine Italian cities and two towns in Switzerland, we began our westward journey home. On

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Relationship with Christ vs. Being Religious

#3 Living from the Inside Out  [youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1IAhDGYlpqY]  Jesus didn’t come to make us religious – to carry our Bibles, to “look” the part on the outside, to speak Christianese (Christian lingo) that no one else can understand, to act superior, to sit in judgment,

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Lessons for Your Relationships from Love Stories of the Bible

Beautiful brides – Let’s face it. There aren’t many good models of marriage in this day and age. Don’t get me wrong – there are some out there, but as a whole, the family unit has been declining for years and much of it has

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Lessons from the Rubicon Trail

Have any of you heard of the Rubicon Trail? I hadn’t until my husband and I traveled to Lake Tahoe for a business conference last fall. The Rubicon Trail is a 22-mile long route stretching from Lake Tahoe to Georgetown, California. Part of the route

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God’s Work of Art

Fjord in Alaska – The Warming House Mountain View A mountain view can literally take your breath away. Getting a clearer view of God can do the same. Here at the Warming House, you’ll find truth that will help you know and understand who God

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Love Letter – 2/9/11

Mountain View “A mountain view can literally take your breath away. Getting a clearer view of God can do the same. Here at the Warming House, you’ll find truth that will help you know and understand who God is and how He feels about you.

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The Ride Home – Evidence of God

  Do you ever doubt God’s existence? Do you ever doubt he is loving and good? For the past two years, our family has experienced some extraordinary hardship. Although we knew God was with us, we didn’t feel His presence. We didn’t see clear evidence

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