My Mosaic (Jan 21)


Welcome to the weekend!


Winter storms have a way of disrupting plans, either it's going to take you longer to get where you need to go...or you're not going. My preference is hunkering down indoors, listening to the howling wind and watching the white-out conditions from my couch.


While more snow is heavy to shovel, the snow hill in the backyard gets bigger. A good reminder of the deposit being laid now, for moisture to come in the spring. After drought conditions last summer, we're watching the snow pile up with grateful hearts for the Lord's provision.

 

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Why Did God Make Her Like This?

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5 Myths About Sin

Here are some thoughts we can easily glance over, but need our closer, watchful, discerning eye.


Can My Kids Handle the Real Bible?

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Helping Our Children Overcome A Spirit of Fear

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Spiritual COVID and Losing Your Taste for God

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