Monthly Archives: September 2012

Fighting a battle that’s already won (by Cody Hogden)

The Lord said to Moses, “Do not be afraid of him, for I have handed him over to you, with his whole army and his land.“  (Numbers 21:34) Then the Lord said to Joshua, “See, I have delivered Jericho into … Continue reading

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Sharing Sunday: the dying side of living

The cross. Our pastor reminded us Sunday of the cross carried by Christ. We are told to carry our crosses. Then He [Jesus] said to them all, “If anyone desires to come after Me, let him deny himself, and take … Continue reading

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I discovered a treasure in my RV!

One morning last week, on my way back to our new home in the RV, my thoughts veered toward and lingered on our cramped living circumstances awaiting my arrival. Forgetting we are in the middle of an amazing adventure with … Continue reading

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The secret to standing

This week, at CrossFit, we worked on our squat snatch.  I know.  What’s that?  I’m not quite sure.  I figure “snatch” refers to quickly grabbing an item of interest.  Like snatching one of these coconut milk ice cream cookies off … Continue reading

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Sharing Sunday: Getting the Cristal out of Cristal

Last Sunday, our friend, Rudy, called and asked to visit with us.  Any time Rudy calls, it’s not for a social gathering.  Rudy doesn’t meet to discuss the weather or the Dallas Cowboys. Rudy follows the leading of God and … Continue reading

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My 100th tweet (guest post by Cody Hogden)

My 100th tweet. I have reached a milestone in my life.  The 100th tweet. As I stared at my Twitter account and looked at the number 99, the thought came over me, It’s your 100th. Make it a good one. … Continue reading

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Watch for falling rocks! My tower of babel is crumbling!!

As God is moving our family away from comfort and convenience, our eyes are being opened to the baggage we’ve packed into our lives. When our home sold with unbelievable quickness and ease, we moved into a small hotel room … Continue reading

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