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Transforming My Mess

Transforming My Mess

Lately, I have felt like such a mess! My house has been a mess, and so has my attitude! I’ve been having some pity parties too. My daughter had an accident and peed on the bathroom floor. I was doing the dishes (one of my least favorite household chores, second only to cleaning showers) and how to […]

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5 Steps to Dealing With People Who Annoy You

5 Steps to Dealing With People Who Annoy You

By Kathy Weckwerth. Through the years I served as a Worship Director, and now as an Executive Director of a nonprofit.  I have dealt with the aggravation, the angst, and the disappointment of people who are challenging and really bug me. In my own personal world, I have had struggles with friends and family members who, at the very […]

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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 […]

Sunflowers and the Wait

Sunflowers and the Wait

I’m a city girl.  My husband reminds me.  My friends remind me.  I remind myself.  I don’t always know about plants and gardens … or even flowers.  But I think I have something figured out now.  I found out that sunflowers follow the sun.  I’m sure you knew that, right?  I have never paid attention.  […]

The Church Journey:  In the Waiting

The Church Journey: In the Waiting

I’m having a hard time lately with waiting.  Okay, I freely admit it….I have a hard time ….all the time…waiting.  It’s my least favorite word, and least favorite thing to do.  And whenever I’m waiting, it always reminds me that waiting develops character.  So, even though I complain, I know it’s supposed to make me […]

Life Lessons:  In It For the Long Run

Life Lessons: In It For the Long Run

Long ago, in the midst of summer days where fireflies and June bugs flitted and whirred in the warm Iowa air, I lived in a small town on a “block” towards the outskirts of town.  It was an area that was newer, when it was 1965.  But one night….one summer night, I learned a valuable […]

Strapped In

Strapped In

I feel the same tension as I’m driving.  Jonah is in his car seat and what has actually been 1 hour, now seems like twenty. Cheezits, The Hungry Caterpillar, green army men, and an entire box of animal crackers have not sufficed in making the trip less exhausting.  This journey is taking forever…at least that’s […]