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Kindergartner Drop-off

by Gaye Butler, M.A. The day I had both looked forward to and dreaded had finally arrived; my youngest child was going to kindergarten. She seemed a little anxious but mostly excited to get on with the grand adventure she had watched her older brothers and sisters experience from the safe confines of home. I […]

August 19, 2017 in Article by

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Swimming Against the Tide: Living Out Body Confidence in our World

by Alice Baker Last month we looked at the truth about our bodies and our true image from God’s perspective: We are fearfully and wonderfully made. (Psalm 139:14) God knit us together in our mother’s womb. (Psalm 139:13) Yet how do we live this out? We live in a culture obsessed with thinness and body […]

February 2, 2016 in Article by

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Do We See our True Image in the Mirror?

by Alice Baker Body Image is defined as an individual’s perceptions, feelings and attitudes toward his/her own body. Psalm 139:14 says, I am fearfully and wonderfully made–my soul knows it very well.  Apparently David recognizes the brilliance of his Creator and praises his works.  His perceptions of, feelings for and attitudes toward his body reflect this. Do we? […]

January 25, 2016 in Article by

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Finding Rest in the Terrain of Life

by Doreen Stelling, Spiritual Director The hike promised amazing views of the Maine coastline.  That sounded good to me!  To get to the trail we first crossed a beautiful beach cove, took some pictures and stepped on the trail heading up. My husband, Dave and I were on vacation last week celebrating our 25th wedding […]

July 20, 2015 in Article by

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Breaking the Silence

by Erin Luginbuhl, M.A. This week, millions of Americans will feel the pinch of the IRS on April 15th, if they haven’t already, while several politicians are slated to join the 2016 campaign field.  No doubt both topics will come up at the water cooler in passing small talk, despite the old adage which says […]

April 15, 2015 in Article by

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What’s In A Man?

by Lindsey Coates, M.A. I’ve never been a man. That’s a pretty indisputable fact. I have found myself wondering often, though, what it is like to live in a man’s skin. I used to make gross assumptions based on cultural stereotypes and snide remarks from angry women, but I have come to realize those are […]

January 12, 2015 in Article by

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Living with Longing

by Sarah Born, M.A. I didn’t grow up in a liturgical church, so a few years ago when friends started talking about Advent, I felt a little lost. Little did I know, I was already on a journey that would put me right in a church that is highly liturgical–in the Anglican tradition. That in […]

December 16, 2014 in Article by

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Be Still

by Doreen Stelling My work hours have changed this fall.  Instead of a random part-time schedule set by me, I am working full-time, Monday through Friday.  This has changed my weekend experience significantly!  I have found that physically I am not too worn out, but rather, mentally and emotionally I am depleted. I am blessed […]

November 30, 2014 in Article by

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The Parable of the Pornographer

by Lindsey Coates, M.A. Last week, my brother sent me an email with a link to a sermon by Tim Keller, pastor of Redeemer Presbyterian Church in New York City. It may not seem odd that a brother would email his sister a sermon, but it may strike some people that the sermon was about […]

October 6, 2014 in Article by

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Colorful Perspectives

by Marcia Butcher, M.A. It is quite amazing how even happy couples can sometimes see things so differently. I was reminded of this just the other day, when my husband and I were selecting paint for the living room of our new home. Or perhaps I should say trying to select paint. We were excited […]

September 4, 2014 in Article by

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