Not of this World

Close to midnight, five years ago today tragedy struck. The world was rocked when, at 16, Sydney Lisa Jeter was suddenly promoted to be at the feet of Jesus. Silly, beautiful, practical joker, talented, athletic, heart for others, kind, loving, sold-out-for-Christ, God fearing little girl are just a few ways to describe Sydney. Losing a …

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Hospice

"Jesus didn't save you for what you're ready for, He saved you for what you're called for." Ps. Carl Lentz Walking through breast cancer last year the desire of my heart was to prove faithful to God through it. I told Him use "this", use me and to come get His glory. In a few …

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SUICIDE: Not a Sexy Subject

I am no expert. I have no specialized credentials or formalized training. What I do have is a special love and concern for law enforcement, the military and their families; the lost, the broken and the hurting. What I am is a daughter of a USAF Pilot, I was a spouse to a law enforcement …

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Unbroken

A True Story With tears left at the alter this morning I was overwhelmed by the Spirit, not out of want or need, but out of the depths of gratitude in my soul for ALL God has delivered me from, restored in me and blessed me with. This time last year I was coming out …

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Quick to Judge

One of my most favorite names for Jesus is Teacher. Mary and Martha often called Him Teacher as did the disciples, scribes and Pharisees. We are learning from His teachings each day, or at least we hope we are. The Teacher teaches us through trials, circumstances, relationships, through others (good, bad, indifferent), difficulties, opportunities, provision, …

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One Year Ago Today

Tonight, at exactly 7 p.m. one year ago I was sitting in a restaurant eating sushi with my best friend. The phone call I took changed my life forever. It is a surreal moment watching your best friends tears silently pour down her face as she learns, like I was learning, I have cancer. I …

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