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Janine Fairchild

Look Up. Find Hope.

An ambulance at my neighbor’s house in the middle of the night. Coffee with a friend whose husband had moved out. A relative becoming a widow at the young age…

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The Modern Sugar Cookie

When I was a little girl, my mom always made cut-out sugar cookies for Christmas. I looked forward to them every year! She’d make the dough the night before, and…

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Living On The Edge

Are you living on the edge? On the verge of the unknown? Just about to make a choice or maybe have a decision handed over to you? Toes touching the…

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Sunbeams and Raindrops

Have you ever seen the sunshine while it’s raining? Beautiful, but totally unnatural, right? Clouds are what we expect to see when our umbrellas are pointing toward the sky. But…

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Spaghetti Pie

I decided to make one of my husband’s favorite meals for dinner the other night – Spaghetti Pie. The part of making this delicious dish I cherish most is the…

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Just Another First

I couldn’t believe it was happening. As the inevitable got closer and closer, my instinct was to run the other way. Go somewhere and hide. Pretend it wasn’t real. I…

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A Grandma’s Story of Love, Tragedy and Survival

Mary has experienced the unthinkable. . .the loss of grandson and granddaughter in a car accident. In this blog Mary tells how she’s learning to live through the pain and…

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You Tell On Yourself

What are your choices telling others about you? Your kids, co-workers, friends, people meeting you for the first time? As a follower of Jesus, I want my choices to show…

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The Prison of Perfectionism

Are you trapped in a prison of perfectionism? If not, consider yourself fortunate! I feel like the pressure to “be perfect” is everywhere! Magazines. . .commercials . . .Facebook. .…

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Comfort

When you think of things that bring you comfort, what comes to mind? Fresh baked cookies. A warm bubble bath. Your favorite fuzzy blanket. What about the comfort that only…

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Back to the Kitchen

As the weather is turning cooler, it feels good to get back in the kitchen and cook a little. And with the added bonus of garden goodies, I’ve been craving…

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There’s Always A Way Out

Do you ever wish you could go back and give the younger you advice? I would love to tell the teen/college-age me to make a decision before you’re put in…

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