The Lost Sermons of C.H. Spurgeon

Charles Spurgeon

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Baby steps of faith keep moving you forward

In the last few years, I have repeatedly wondered how things in my life were happening. I would say it happened by accident or I wasn’t expecting it to happen, viewing both in awe and frustration at the same time. On the business side of life, It all started with …

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Reading my new bible in story form

*I was given the CSB Reader’s Bible to help facilitate my review. All thoughts and opinions are my own and 100% honest. My bible is slowly falling a part. Pages have been torn out, the binding torn and tattered. I have needed a new one for a long time. However, …

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Adults 21 take over the Minnesota Children’s Museum

I love opportunities when I can play like a kid, but do not have to stand guard and keep an on eye on my own kiddos. It gives me the peaceful perspective of simplicity. I also find it gives me a creative way to problem solve in unique ways. When …

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Charles Spurgeon and Thomas Johnson, Steal Away Home

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Trust meets the Insane

I had to share another favorite song of mine this morning. I have it set to wake me up every morning, it is the first thing I want to focus on when I roll out of bed, Laren Daigle’s, “Trust in You”. The lies often swim in my head, especially …

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Music changes our attitude

Music is important to our family. It can be a game changer in an emotionally hard day. When I am writing it is often what helps me convey the right feel in an article. Similar to writing, music helps me process the world around me. I am going to start …

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Please, adults, don’t let your kids run crazy at the hotel

I started working at a local hotel in Albert Lea folding laundry for six glorious hours. It may not be for everyone, but for me, it’s fantastic. The general manager and assistant manager are both amazing. An accommodating and friendly experience is the goal of whole team. I have watched …

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