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When Others Say No

When Others Say No

When Others Say No~By Kathy Weckwerth Over the years, I have had people say, “no,” to me.  Not about volunteering, or sharing, or giving me their new Lexus, but “no,” when they think I shouldn’t do something, go somewhere, become someone.  They bluntly and boldly say, “No … you can’t do that.”  To which I […]

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The Issue of Hope

The Issue of Hope

The Issue of Hope~ Kathy A. Weckwerth In Mark, chapter 5, the story is told of a woman who has been bleeding for twelve years: “A large crowd followed Jesus and pushed very close around Him.  Among them was a woman who had been bleeding for twelve years.  She had suffered very much from many doctors […]

Words Matter

Words Matter

Words Matter By Kathy A. Weckwerth Psalm 141:3 (ESV)  Set a guard, O Lord, over my mouth;  keep watch over the door of my lips! Over the past month, my women’s Bible study have been working through a book about our words.  Each week I ask the women to join me in paying attention to what we […]

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In the Grove:  The New Furnace

In the Grove: The New Furnace

The wintry winds have been whipping through the grove this morning, but the sun is shining brightly.  It was just a few short weeks ago that Farmer Dean and I walked through the front doors of our little church, expressing our excitement over what was to happen. We had worked as hard as two busy […]

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The Mixing Bowls

The Mixing Bowls

By:  Kathy A. Weckwerth There are days when I long to go back.  Not back to the parts of my life that were painful, but the days where life was easy and innocent, days amongst the laughter of my sister and the teasing of my brother. Days like today, where the sun is hiding beneath […]

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Waiting for Applause

Waiting for Applause

There are days when I wonder … perhaps you do as well.  I wonder if I matter.  I wonder if God is using me.  I wonder if I am making a splash of difference in a huge ocean called “This World.”  Do you ever question yourself or God on this topic? Recently, I prayed and […]

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Radio Christmas Drama Part II

Radio Christmas Drama Part II

Narrator, Jessica, Angel-Kathy Weckwerth Dr. Cox, Scripture Narrator, Shepherd-Traci Cox Sandy Samuelson, Jessica, Shepherd, Mary- Diane Bakker Brent Samuelson, InnsKeeper, Scripture Narrator, Shepherd, Joseph—Tyler Bakker Brad Samuelson, Child Narrator-James Bakker Garth Hjelte-Justin

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BLM’s Exclusive Interview with Nashville Artist, Mindy Smith

BLM’s Exclusive Interview with Nashville Artist, Mindy Smith

This month’s HIT PICK LIST:  Mindy Smith’s Christmas Music and  BLM’s Exclusive Interview with Mindy!       What’s Playing at My House For Christmas? By Executive Director, Kathy A. Weckwerth   With Christmas right around the corner, I have pulled out my favorite cds, including Nat King Cole, Frank Sinatra, Amy Grant, the Carpenters, […]

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Living In the Busy

Living In the Busy

Living In the Busy By:  Kathy A. Weckwerth I remember that night very well.  I had worked long hours each day and night for 3 consecutive weeks orchestrating drama props, scripts, food, Christmas decorations, music charts, and a team of forty worship members.  I was fighting a cold, I was fighting sleep, and I was […]

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Learning From the No

Learning From the No

Learning from the “No.” By:  Kathy A. Weckwerth Every once and awhile, I like to take a close look at rejection and that good old word that comes and smacks you right in the forehead … the word, “No.”  I think if we are really honest with ourselves and each other, we will admit that […]