Category Archives: Enlarging Faith

“Take your doubts, distrust, and fears on a journey of belief and faith! ”

How Can it Be Right When it Sounds So Wrong?

What would happen if everything I thought was “wrong” was actually “right”? This is what happened to Neale Walsch in his book, Conversations with God. Come find out how Walsch was challenged and how it can challenge us all to find a truer, better perspective on all things faith.

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Evil And Good—Two Sides of One Tree

Not all that long ago, I couldn’t possibly make sense of a “Good God” creating, causing, or even allowing evil. Yet there it is, in black and white. How could God claim a nature of unfailing love while simultaneously overlooking rampant, uninhibited, preventable evil? It sure sounded schizophrenic and cruel. But lately I’ve been learning some things that are transforming my perspective. While I’m still not comfortable with evil that causes pain in people’s lives, I’m beginning to have a new view of its source and purpose. Check out what I am learning…

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My Divided Self

Do you ever struggle with loving others? Is it easier to judge, criticize, polarize, and reject than to overlook weaknesses, bless, and embrace? Do you ever feel like your heart is more like a block of wood than a living, feeling part of you? If so, find out what God recently revealed to me as a key to loving others. You might be surprised…

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Being Jesus as Me (and You)

My Christmas gift to you. It’s finally time to uncover the glorious conclusion about our “Jesus as a regular Joe” series. What is this all about? What is the point I am trying to make in suggesting that Jesus might just be more one of us…or we might just be more “one of him”…than we once thought? I hope you’ll bask in the joy of the discovery of who you are.

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What’s The Point Of All This?

On those down days and stinky life circumstances, or when faced with those horribly confusing life questions, it’s tempting to ask why? What’s the point? But that’s like trying to make a judgment about a great novel in the first few pages, or like trying to decipher a fragment of an award winning photo or making sense of the first stanza of a grand symphony. Find out my recent thoughts in response to my husband’s melancholy moment of questioning…

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No One Sees God…Or Me

My atheist friend said something today in response to my blog that got me thinking (read more of his post). Is God really unseen in our world, or can we find tangible evidence of His expression? Is there a parallel we can draw from our own bodies? Let’s find out…

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