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Made in His Image

It’s Sunday!

Happy Sunday to you! I am taking a break at the bakery. It feels good to sit down for a minute, my legs feel like lead this morning. While drinking some extra strong coffee and trying not to get my flour covered apron all over everything I wanted to post a quick comment. Exciting news
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More Beautiful You

Every woman needs to listen to this song and watch this video. Everywhere we turn today we are surrounded by what our culture considers to be “beautiful.” Plastic surgery, 90 pound bodies, made-up faces, immorality and immodesty just to name a few. The only way to combat f
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I need YOUR help!

Dear Readers, Since June 1, 2011 my blog has had over 2,000 visitors, those are some pretty spectacular numbers! I wanted to humbly ask each of my readers to think about someone they might know who would possibly be interested in helping to support my non-profit. Also, if you hear of
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More than desire website

It was brought to my attention from some readers that the link I posted to connect you to Ashley’s website didn’t work. Thank you for your patience as I am still getting use to the blog world. This one should work: www.morethandesire.com  Make it a fantastic day readers! I
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More than Desire

We love to be loved. But what do you do when that relationship doesn’t have a fairy tale ending? More than Desire is a ministry started by Ashley Weis. This ministry exists to offer hope for women in the shadows of pornography. Ashley wrote, When I discovered my husband’s porn a
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Meg Murray

If you live in Nashville, TN it is not uncommon to see famous movie stars and country singers around town. Keith Urban goes to my Church. Jake Gyllenhaal has eaten my muffins and Mumford & Sons and Taylor Swift have frequently visited the bakery. Fido has often times had to dodge
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Beauty and Truth

To be a child of the Light or a child of the Dark ultimately boils down to whether or not a person knows their true potential.  Aristotle had a particular way of viewing “things” (as in stuff, materials), a view St. Thomas Aquinas would later adopt.  For Aristotle any given “thing” ha
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SaraBeth Geoghegan

I work with an exceedingly talented musician and song writer. Her name is SaraBeth Geoghegan and I have had the privilege of getting to know her over the past few months. One of the first things that caught my attention about SaraBeth is her joy. Blessed Mother Teresa once said, “Joy
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From her diary

One young woman I interview for my book entrusted me with her diary and told me to use it to help other girls who have eating disorders. I was speechless by her candor and love for those who suffer. Today I was rereading something she wrote from one entry and wanted to share it with m
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In Honor of a Saintly Man

This morning I got up at sunrise to go for a quick run. I had been sick previously during the week, so since this was my first run in a while I decided to do a slow 3 mile shake out run. It was a gorgeous morning; I felt like I was in California because it was mid sixties and cloudy,
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