A Lesson on Chewing

Dogs have a natural inclination to chew.  Fortunately, our Lab falls into the category of moderate chewer.  This means she doesn’t immediately destroy what she chews.  Nor will she chew on just anything.  Once Adi passed the puppy teething phase, she selected a deer antler as her chew of choice.  Slow and methodical are the …

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A Walk to the Garden of Prayer

"Devote yourselves to prayer, being watchful and thankful."- Colossians 4:2 For years the discipline of prayer alluded me. I desired a more diligent prayer life.  If you’ve ever seen the movie “War Room” than you know what I wanted.  I read scriptures on prayer, completed Bible studies on the topic, and even purchased a fancy prayer …

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Social Distancing- My Lab- Unintended Consequences

Labs love.  A simple, yet true alliteration.  They love their family, the neighbors, kids (especially ones with traces of breakfast still on their face), and the random person walking at the park.  In Adi’s mind, people are made to be greeted.  Ignoring people is NOT in Adi’s DNA.  So, it won’t come as a surprise …

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Courage

“. . . Be strong and courageous.  Do not be afraid for the Lord your God is with you wherever you go.” - Johsua 1:9 The early morning light cast a golden glow over the countryside.  The frost covered fields and barren trees were still enveloped in the stillness that comes with a cold winter’s night.  …

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