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Shimmering Possibilities Everywhere

LIVING IN WONDER MOMENTS “Life is to find the holy in the banal; the glorious mundane. The perfect, daily moments of nothing-special that, simply by virtue of noticing them, become possibilities of inherent wonder. The greatest gift I’ve received in the past … Continue reading

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The Wonder of Me!

LIVING IN WONDER DEVOTIONAL This devotional first appeared in the July, August, September 2013 issue of Words of Hope.  It is reprinted  with permission. (You can find others in the category Living in Wonder Moments  on the right hand side of … Continue reading

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Stop in your Tracks

LIVING IN WONDER DEVOTIONAL This devotional first appeared in the July, August, September 2013 issue of Words of Hope.  It is reprinted with permission. (You can find others in the category Living in Wonder Moments  on the right hand side … Continue reading

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The Beautiful Miracle of Life – A Newborn Deer

The miracle of life is the most amazing and “wonder-full”  gift God has given us.  From humans to deer and everything in between, it’s a truly beautiful thing to witness. Watch this newborn fawn discover the world. http://www.godvine.com/The-Beautiful-Miracle-of-Life-a-Newborn-Deer-You-ll-Fall-in-Love-With-1076.html

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Astronauts, music and faith

Thinking and puzzling and imagining around creation are always living in wonder moments for me.  After I read the following quote from Walking on Water, Reflections on Faith and Art  at bedtime last night, I lay awake for at least an hour (so much … Continue reading

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Autumn Awe – by Coral Swieringa

The asphalt path soon leads from an open field to a pathway strewn with a carpet in browns,  golden yellows, and rusty oranges.  The rain from the previous day had captured many leaves and has given them a sense of permanency before … Continue reading

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