Category Archives: Ebenezer and Hannah

Going On A Year (March 2010)

For some reason, as our babies’ birthday approaches I have been thinking a lot about one of my crazy, random memories from last year. After our loss, it took me a few weeks to go back to the nursing home … Continue reading

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Sunrise (February 2010)

Josh is preaching through Deuteronomy on Sunday evenings. The theme of this great book emerges over and over and over. It is God alone with whom you have to do. God alone who saves. God alone who demands total and … Continue reading

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2010 (January 2010)

To call our Christmas holiday a whirlwind makes the whirlwind seem like a calm oasis of peace. Normal people usually spread out the most important events of life so there is time to savor each one. Not my family! I … Continue reading

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Christmas Greetings (December 2009)

Josh and I aren’t sending out Christmas cards this year. But I do want to say thank you to all you wonderful people who read this blog. I am grateful for you. Josh and I love your comments. Thank you … Continue reading

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Simplicity Costs Everything (November 2009)

This morning, over coffee, I came across this from T.S. Eliot. What does it mean to be a Christian? “A condition of complete simplicity/ (Costing not less than everything).” I was astonished at the resounding response I felt in my … Continue reading

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The Seasons of Hillside (October 2009)

If it were up to my hubby our babies would have been buried on our church property. I think it would be wonderful to go to worship every Lord’s Day with a poignant reminder of those who now worship perfectly … Continue reading

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All The Time (September 2009)

At Covenant College I learned to say, “God is good. All the time. All the time. God is good.” I’m not sure where it came from or how it started but it was part of our college liturgy so much … Continue reading

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