Posts Tagged "relationship"

“Run After Father! Take the Land!”

Posted by on Jan 26, 2010 in A Story, Blog | 0 comments

Okay, so I buy it. I want the “life that is truly life.” I want the extravagance whether in plenty or pain, the authenticity without agenda or arrogance. I want all of Father God and what he wants me to know and experience. I want sight! I believe that he calls me by name and loves me. I can see now those that have walked before me that have tasted of this “life.” And I certainly see the love of Brother Jesus in the word and his ways. I believe that he did come so that I could “have life, and have it to the full” John 10:10. I am tasting the love, and I want The Whole Peach. So, what’s the problem? What will prevent me from experiencing this “life?” Is...

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“Pictures of Peach People”

Posted by on Jan 25, 2010 in A Story, Blog | 0 comments

It is a story he has always been telling and longing for us to hear. So, what is the story? And who is he that has been telling it? The story is “life that is truly life.” It’s extravagance whether in plenty or pain; it’s real without agenda or arrogance. A “life that is truly life” has been scripted by our Father God since the beginning of time, and he invites us today to see, seek and savor all that he is and wants us to be. A picture of this extravagance happened long before we ever knew it. We have realized that Father God had been whispering this story all along through the people he has weaved in our journey. Whispers of his love and his vision had...

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“The Story in the Hands”

Posted by on Jan 11, 2008 in A Story, Blog | 0 comments

“Though I stumble, I will not fall, for the Lord holds me by the hand.” Psalm 37:24 I have so many things that I want to share with you! I have a great picture of motherhood from a dear friend of mine who just recently celebrated her mother’s journey to heaven. I also really want to tell you about my journey in the world of health and nutrition. I have never felt better and been so empowered to give my family the very best! Then there is Isaiah 38 and the conversation Father God and I are having about prayer over my children. BUT, when we were talking about all of this last night, he gave me a picture instead. It is a picture that gives me definition and captures...

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“Light Hands, Guys, Light Hands!”

Posted by on Jan 11, 2006 in A Story, Blog | 0 comments

So, I take a cycling class at the YMCA. It is a great class that makes you sore in places you didn’t know you could be sore. Tina, my instructor, is a woman of boundless energy and great muscles, and she doesn’t act like what she is asking you to do on the stationary bike is easy. I appreciate that. She also always says throughout the class – “light hands, guys, light hands.” This means – turn your hands over on the handlebars, palms up. Now this could seem like an easy task, but if you are almost about to die on the bike and pedaling with your very last breath, you are clinching those handle bars tightly, desperately trying to hold yourself up so as not...

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