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Full of Myself

I recently joined the gym. I’m sure my reasons were the same as most Americans. I’m trying to improve myself. After a month of a rigorous workout routine I have already experienced a significant transformation. But, it wasn’t exactly the one I was expecting.
Starting my day in front of a full-length mirror–fitted workout clothes and dumbbells in hand–produces something. It produces me focusing on me–obsessing over me.

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FOMO

Thanks to Facebook and other social networks, we all now have a heightened sense of FOMO: the “fear of missing out.”  I’m sure it existed before we were able see everyone’s social calendars come to life on our computer screens. But now those insecurities can pounce on us as we scroll through the news feeds on our smart phones. This phobia has struck a chord for me on the home front of late.
For the last ten years, I have been a SAHM (stay at home mom).

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Three Actions Steps to Living God-sized Dreams

It’s been two months since we officially launched Center Church. I would say things are going great. But then again, how do I really know? I’ve never done this before. All I know is that I’ve never been more reliant upon God. Yes, we are dependent upon His provision for our physical needs. But we are also looking to Him for guidance on this unfamiliar path.
I recently saw the trailer for the movie, Noah which opens this weekend. I was intrigued and inspired.

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Dispel the Darkness

This week, my husband and I went to hear actress, Lauren Potter, also know as “Becky, the Cheerleader,” from Glee. We took advantage of the “meet and greet” and snapped a pic with this amazing young lady who has Down Syndrome. My four-year-old was scrolling through my iPhone photos and came across this particular shot. “Mom! Who is this girl? She looks like Addie,” she announced. “Her name is Lauren,” I responded. “And yes, she does.

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Full-service Pat Down

For those of you who follow me on Instagram or Facebook, you know about my vacation to Arbua. “Amazing” is an understatement. My husband and I hadn’t been on a trip like it since our honeymoon fourteen years ago. The majority of our travels have been made in a mid-size SUV loaded down with “littles” with a Thule rack on the back for luggage.
Aruba was perfect. That is until we hit customs on the way back into the U.S.

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