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Author: Kimberly Knowle-Zeller

Wearing masks

If Halloween was the only time we hid behind masks that would be one thing. But I believe that all too often we hide behind these unrealistic expectations which we place on ourselves.

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One Stitch at a Time

I look at these groups of people in different churches and I look at the sewing ladies, and I see hope for the church. I see commitment and dedication – one stitch at a time.

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What Are You Carrying?

And then there are those mornings when it feels like you’re carrying the weight of the world on your shoulders. Those days when no one else can see what you’re carrying deep inside.

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Tired of Crying

Losing a loved one changes us and forever alters how we live in the world. But in the midst of our grieving we do go on. We continue to live.

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Paths to Church

We don’t take many steps to reach the church doors from our home. But each step becomes a prayer as we gather for worship.

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To the ones who prepare the holy space

The one who knows the power in preparing place. In welcoming through cleanliness, light, and fresh-smelling coffee. The one who knows God delights in welcoming anyone to walk through the doors

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