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The Significance Of Firsts

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Our firsts. There’s a lot of significance about “firsts”. Your first tooth. Your first step. Your first word. Your first day of school. Your first big game. Your first crush. Your first heartache. Your first loss. Your first child. Your … Read More

Youth Ministry IS The First Step

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A few years ago I was eager to join a group going into a women’s jail every week to share the Gospel. Circumstances being as they were, I didn’t actually get to. Sometime last year, I was able to start … Read More

Back To Basics

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My whole life I have been around music. My momma was our church pianist so we’d spend hours at church and at home listening to her practice. I was fascinated with music. I’d open the back of the piano to … Read More

Getting Through

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I wanted to just make a tweet with this, but it was incredibly too long. After some thought, I decided to just blog about it! It excites me so much and I want others to know! For the past two … Read More

The Birth Of Asher Peyton

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I’ve been meaning to write this post for a long time now. I actually sat down and wrote out his whole birth story on another blog, hit submit, and to my horror, it didn’t save. I thought today would be … Read More

Here Lately

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It’s been a while since I wrote a post, but life just got busy all of a sudden and free-time was one of those things I dreamed of, but haven’t experienced much of lately. Well, until the past few days, … Read More

A Lot Of Sewing

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While I was pregnant with Elijah, Lance and I started doing our research on different types of baby carriers. My good friend, Calley, had a few of her own that she pulled out and showed me. She explained the best … Read More

Grandparents & Hodges Gardens

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This past weekend, Lance and I took a trip to Leesville to see my grandparents. My Mamaw is 74 and my Papaw is 81… they still get around great, but I rarely get to see them. My Papaw drives cars … Read More

A Spirit Of Fear

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“For God has not given us a spirit of fear and timidity, but of power, love, and self-discipline.” 2 Timothy 1:7 I hear this verse quoted often and to be honest, I have quoted it many times when I have … Read More

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