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Chronic Illness: What Is Your Vocation?

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)n this Labor Day weekend, as we relax and unwind, we might inevitably think about the work that we do and wonder what in the world it has to do with our overall, spiritual purpose in life. This might be […]

Rest for the Weary

posted by mpratt

I met up with a neighbor recently. I hardly ever see her because she’s always working. But on this day, she was dressed casually, carrying a department store shopping bag, and wearing a cautiously cheery smile. “Off today?’ I asked […]

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Chronic Pain: Help for the Directionally Challenged
It's better. It's worse. It moved. It's stable. It's sharp. It's dull. It's pain. And it is a pain, your pain. Well, it's affecting you, but you can't say you actually possess it, because it seems to have a mind - and a direction - of it's own. You're working with your doctors on it, but you f

posted 6:17:20pm Jul. 30, 2014 | read full post »

Giving when you think you don't have anything to give
I understand the Scriptural basis for tithing and giving monetarily to church and charitable causes. I know, clearly, the story of the widow who gave her precious coin to the T

posted 6:00:21pm Jul. 28, 2014 | read full post »

This is the day
Imagine if you gave a good friend a present, all wrapped up and shining in the light. What if that friend, instead of opening the package, set it aside. He or she tells you,

posted 5:37:36pm Jul. 24, 2014 | read full post »

Vietnam War: A Memory for Today
Tucked in a box amid other QSL cards that I found after my father's death last year is a single, fading reminder of a powerful way to pray today. If you're not familiar with what they are, a QSL card is a record sent from one radio ham operator to another that confirms the contact that the two ma

posted 2:11:02am Jul. 24, 2014 | read full post »

Chronic Illness: How do you describe it, exactly?
Time often flies by when you're living, and when you have a chronic illness, time passes sometimes in odd ways. Slowly, in some measure, because living with pain is especially, well, painful, and the more pain you feel, the slower time seems to move (just think of waiting for a med to kick in, for e

posted 8:25:10pm Jul. 22, 2014 | read full post »


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