Cultivate Thankfulness, the 365 way

A little over a year ago, our bible study group finally completed a series about Thankfulness.  I say “finally” because, as a Women’s Bible Study, where the emphasis is not always on any one of those title subjects, it can take us a while longer than recommended to reach the end of our discussions.  On []
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That Kiss

I’m not wild about bringing this up, I’ll be honest.  Whether it is because Easter is close, or because past conversations have woven in and out of it, or because a recent tv series we watched was so incarcerated by it, I don’t know, but I’ve been thinking a lot recently about the subject of []
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Words

I sensed the crumbling of a dream in the one-sided phone conversation which I overheard.  I watched the face wilt as words delivered the difficult advice to step down.  They weren’t going to make it.  The Points were now out of reach.  The race for that dream was over, and they’d have to let it []
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Foot-washing, a step too far?

Those gorgeous white blossoms, sharp blue skies, lighter evenings and lesser clothes layers – they can only mean one thing:  it’s Spring.  I love Spring.  Except for one thing.  That one thing happened last week.  School over, he dropped into the front seat of the car waving the familiar larger-than-A4 manilla-coloured empty scrapbook.  “Mum, its []
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Offering

It’s just an ordinary day. Every traffic light is red, every lollipop lady or man decides it’s time to walk out into the centre of the road just when your registration plate pings into their brain; that bus, he won’t, yes he does, he pulls out in front of you, only you! Your child is []
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