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A Simple Life, a Childlike Faith

A Simple Life, a Childlike Faith

February 2012 Archives

Faith or tempting the Lord

posted by Linda G. Howard

It seemed like three hours but it was no more than 10 minutes.  Ginny–an elderly Special Gathering member with diabetes–has seen her cognitive abilities eaten away from her health condition and age.  As Ginny got off the SCAT bus to […]

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The Saturday adventure

posted by Linda G. Howard

On Saturday, several people who have not attended Special Gathering for almost a year came back.  I could tell from the expressions on their faces and from the look in their eyes that they completely enjoyed their time with us. […]

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A forgettable day

posted by Linda G. Howard

Today is not a day I will remember.  I got up at my usual 4:30am.  After my prayer time, I went into the kitchen to start a pot of decaf but instead, I had a text message from my son. […]

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Coming Home

posted by Linda G. Howard

One year ago today, my husband came home from the skilled nursing center to die.  While I often say that I don’t live in denial, I had no idea that three months later, he would be dead.  For about a […]

Salvation brings changes

posted by Linda G. Howard

I often think about the positive changes that have happened in the lives of the people I know–especially the members of Special Gathering, which is ministry within the mentally challenged community.  Shelley has become a young woman who is caring […]

God saves us from ourselves

posted by Linda G. Howard

One of the greatest benefits of God‘s provision is that He rescues us from ourselves. I look in the mirror and see how much I’ve changed over the years.  Gravity has taken a toll on my body.  Every body part […]

Oops! wrong info about your cell phone number

posted by Linda G. Howard

Thanks to several readers, I’ve been informed that this is wrong information.  This was given to me by a friend who usually checks Snopes before she passes things around.  Additionally, I try to always verify information.  This time I failed […]

10 inspiring quotes from people you never knew

posted by Linda G. Howard

Jack Green–pastor and missionary to Korea “Only God can strike a straight lick from a crocked stick.” “No two people are compatible.  You sit of opposite sides of the table.  You sit in different chairs.  You have different backgrounds, families, […]

The chess games

posted by Linda G. Howard

My husband would not play chess with me because he said that I pulled down his game.  Naturally, I thought I was a terrible chess player until I played with some other folks who were supposed to be pretty good […]

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