• November 4, 2022 · Holiday Devotionals
    Who's Afraid of The Day of the Dead? I typically don’t blog about things that are TOO personal to me. I mean, this is the World Wide Web after all. I’m just extra careful about some things. But today, I can’t help myself. There is something strange and beautiful about throwing down a Diet Coke...
    October 18, 2022 · Devotional Discoveries
    How to Deal with Stress Like a Champ! I've heard it said that dogs may laugh, but cats get the joke. Years ago, I named my cat after a theologian I was studying (Barth), the middle name of a dear mentor, and a bagpipe eating muppet (I kid you not: video here). Besides having a personally...
    September 16, 2022 · Devotional Discoveries,Guest Scout Devotionals
    2 Reasons Musicals ARE Like Real Life... I’d like for you to ponder this for a moment (I’d ask you to close your eyes if we were face-to-face) and imagine yourself in the bizarre reality of this story. You are an Israelite running — running for your life — during a months-long stupor. You don...
    August 8, 2022 · Devotional Discoveries,Guest Scout Devotionals
    BUT GOD ... by Kara Capps Today's been a day of being up in my head way too much, listening to the droning sound of the 'not-good-enough'... You know the ones, don't you? MY list goes like this: not as organized as...not as calm as...not focused enough...not kind enough...not stylish...
    July 10, 2022 · Devotional Discoveries
    Here is a great punchline to an old preacher’s story. You may have heard it years ago. A bus driver was scared FOR MONTHS when a particular passenger got on board ... a big dude who was typically decked out in dreads and Harley garb. This weekly rider consistently stepped up into the doorway...
    May 17, 2022 · Devotional Discoveries,NEW -- Deep Dive Bible Study
    A promise is a pretty big deal, right? John builds his first little epistle around several “assurance passages” – lines throughout the book where he pauses and makes certain these Christians understand who they are ... and whose they are. They are passages that were so awesome to highlight that...
    March 30, 2022 · NEW -- Deep Dive Bible Study
    John makes a strong case for our “knowing” we are in Christ. He uses the word FORTY times in this short book. That’s around eight times each chapter … more than once every three verses! Ya think he wanted to get this point across? You can also go through the whole book of 1 John and underline...
    February 23, 2022 · Devotional Discoveries,NEW -- Deep Dive Bible Study
    Hey friend. This may seem like a bizarre question, but it is one I feel compelled to ask you. Which of the following three statements most depicts the way you see the scripture? “I can know with complete certainty that I am saved and have eternal life.”“I am not sure that I have eternal life and...
    November 27, 2021 · Holiday Devotionals
    HOW TO SMELL CHRISTMAS Hello, blog-readin' family. How is your Christmas holiday shaping up? I had a rough week to start, but I cried out to God and He helped me. You know, He always does when I cry out to Him. Go figure ... being GOD and all. ;-) I encourage you to cry out to Him, too,...
    November 8, 2021 · Holiday Devotionals
    Don't Forget to Offer Thanksgiving TO THESE FOUR PEOPLE "What's the big deal about thankfulness anyway?" young Brandi asked her mom. Mom gave a sweet, simple response, "Well, being thankful every day brings you closer to God." "How?" she questioned. "When you are thankful, it shows God...
    October 13, 2021 · Devotional Discoveries
    What I Know About Faith ... ... I learned from a toaster Hello friend, So. I'm going to share a little known fact, even amoung my close friends: I like Woody Allen. I'm not one to re-watch his movies much but I've always appreciated them. He's a struggler. A seeker. At least, that is what...
    September 9, 2021 · Devotional Discoveries
    How to Know You're Doing Things That Matter The proprietors opened up the ropes for her. They let that little girl (aged eighty-plus years) passed the rope barrier to see an unforgettable room in an important home. To her, for over seventy years it had only existed on Memory Lane. She was in...
    August 6, 2021 · Devotional Discoveries
    You’ve heard that deep male voice that enticed you to watch it, and after you finished the movie you came to see, you remembered that there was another great show on the horizon because of that tremendous trailer.   When I was a little girl someone told me that when we die everything we did in...
    June 19, 2021 · Devotional Discoveries
    I am terrified of rhubarb. It happened ever-so-suddenly on a warm summer day in Colorado. Our neighbours, "evil twins" they were, convinced me that the not-yet-ripened rhubarb in their mother’s garden was in fact, celery, and here, have it with cream cheese. The ensuing excruciating moments I...
    May 15, 2021 · Devotional Discoveries
    I just got off a roller coaster with my family. I am not ashamed to say that I embarrassed them. See, I have a love-hate relationship with roller coasters. And I have vertigo. This has never been a fun thing for me as I have had to mentally weigh every ride as I approach it in an amusement park...
    April 17, 2021 · Devotional Discoveries
    How do you define your faith? A Christian stares back at the man in the mirror as the barber cuts his or her hair and casually asks, “What religion are you?” “Oh, Lutheran,” is a reply. “Church of Christ,” some. “Mormon,” others. "Baptist." Methodist." "Jehovah's Witness." "Catholic." You name...
    EASTER & JESUS & SHAKESPEARE I think it is my theatrical background, but every time I realise it's almost March 15 I find myself creepily saying to myself in a mirror, "Bewaaaaare the Ides!" with much dramatic effect. I know, I'm a weirdo. I've never performed in a Shakespearean play, but I...
    March 4, 2021 · Devotional Discoveries
    How to See When God is Uniquely Active My parents gave me a treasure chest for my fortieth birthday. I'm not being metaphorical ... they gave me a treasure chest. Inside a beautiful antique round-top Victorian steamer trunk from New Zealand were packets and containers of keepsakes and memories,...
    December 5, 2020 · Holiday Devotionals
    The Philosophy of Security with Linus van Pelt In the famous Peanuts comic series, Charles Schultz' Linus van Pelt, is the epitome of fear. You know the guy. Little Linus totes his security blanket around and holds it like he might implode if it left him. Linus, the guy who tries to kick...
    October 29, 2020 · Devotional Discoveries
    HOW TO PUT THE "LEAN" in LEARN "YARD SALE!"  I do not speak of rifling through and paying for your neighbour's stuff down the street, I speak of something very, very cold. If your eyes are wandering to the photo above, you're on the right track! What is a yard sale then, you ask? If you are...
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