Monthly Archives: March 2016

Anxious moments

Today is going to be a day I will remember. The silly car ride conversations half heard while thinking about what can’t be controlled, the whispered prayers full of desperation that crawl out of your heart and into your mind, … Continue reading

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Fasting

Fasting for Lent, or personal growth or as a way to worship our God is a wonderful practice, if done with the right intentions.  I fasted all of lent ( minus a couple slip ups at the end) from Facebook. … Continue reading

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Spring break, sexual harassment and plagiarism 

Teaching is not for the faint of heart. Teaching high school requires nerves of steel and the self defense skills to match. The students always seem to go a little crazy before break and it takes the patience of Job … Continue reading

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Hope

Hope is essential to life.  Like a stream that nourishes its surrounding flora and fauna, a necessity and life giving balm.  The one thing that can carry a lost soul through the valley of sadness. Can make a broken heart … Continue reading

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Identity

Sorry I’ve been MIA recently, Life is busy. A good, joyful, blessed busy. This week though I am tying up some loose ends from my divorce and taking care of new issues that have cropped up. You would think that … Continue reading

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A Revisionists Take on the Bible

Great post from a fellow I follow on WordPress. Worth the read It’s dizzying to think about how many people have read the Bible cover to cover, and how many different perspectives there are on it’s overall message.  Some read it … Continue reading

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Teaching writing 

I love my job but there have been many frustrating moments where I felt that I did not have what it takes to be successful. I mean we are educating the countries future citizens, which is a huge burden to … Continue reading

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