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Cultivating Gratitude: Litany of Gratitude

Cultivating Gratitude: Litany of Gratitude

Chris proposed to me by reading me a letter he wrote based on my favorite scripture verse, Phil 4:4-9.  This line of scripture opens with this statement: Think about these things whatever is true, whatever is honorable, whatever is just, whatever is pure, whatever is...

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Litany of Gratitude #3: My friend, Charles

Last week for the Litany of Gratitude, I shared the impact Fr. Carville had on my life because he invited me to attend CLI at Notre Dame.  One of the many graces from that trip was meeting a man named Charles Jumonville, who six years later had an enormous impact on...

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Litany of Gratitude #2: Fr. Carville

As we approach Thanksgiving, I invite us to share with each other...who we are thankful for?  Last week, I began with my older brother.  This week, I would like to share about Fr. Carville, who may not to this day understand the impact he had on my life. When I was 17...

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Litany of Gratitude #1: My Older Brother

During the next few months, as we enter two of my favorite holiday seasons, Thanksgiving and Christmas, I would like us to offer a litany of gratitude for all the people in our lives that we are thankful are part of our lives. I will share people in my life that bring...

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Cultivating Gratitude: The Examen

Cultivating Gratitude: The Examen

It’s the month of November, and I am sure many of you are hoping to foster an attitude of gratitude this month in preparation for Thanksgiving.  I think November’s focus on gratitude sometimes becomes so cliché, we forget the underlying value of why gratitude matters...

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God With Us in the Word: New Testament

God With Us in the Word: New Testament

This week in our series God with Us in the Word, we turn to praying a New Testament reading together. Pray with Me:  Click here to listen to Becky's Guided Lectio Divina I was a tad bit giddy seeing that this Sunday’s New Testament reading is my favorite verse in...

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Mesa Moment: Power of Prayer

Last year, Chris and I walked a long road of transition that included seeking a new job, leaving an old familiar city, selling our house in Georgia (which took 11 months), and settling into life in a new city. There were many long moments of uncertainty, and there...

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