Category Archives: Christian Living

Are You Making Disciples?

It’s been awhile, I know. I get busy and forget how much writing and speaking help me process life. This past week, there have been a couple milestones in the Sharp family and some exciting events in ministry. Our daughter, … Continue reading

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Busyness Is Pouring From an Empty Cup

There’s quite a bit of newness to our family’s life right now. We are settling in to a new ministry, church, and home. The last three weeks have flown by! I am currently praying through the different areas I could … Continue reading

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The Danger of Sin

My family was at the beach this past weekend. Our toddlers were enjoying playing near the water’s edge and venturing into the small pools that had formed with the low tide. Our oldest son waded out with his small, plastic, … Continue reading

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Balancing Act

Have you ever seen a pie plate spinner?  (Pic above.)  They have the amazing ability to keep multiple plates spinning at a time atop tall, thin poles.  It’s quite a feat.  Have you ever felt like a pie plate spinner?  … Continue reading

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No Greater Love

This week our country will celebrate love with a national holiday.  Whether you call it Valentine’s Day, Single’s Awareness Day, or The Hallmark Money Maker, this holiday is second only to Christmas in regards to the amount of money spent … Continue reading

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True Joy

Joy.  It’s a word people don’t use often.  We tend to think about happiness.  Happiness is related to our circumstances.  Our mood reflects what’s going on around us.  It’s temporal and fleeting.  For emotions, especially those of women, can change … Continue reading

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Do You See What I See?

As people, we often convince ourselves that our sin is not as bad as someone else’s.  We show a great deal of mercy for our own mistakes, and hold other’s actions at the point of a knife.  It is, however, … Continue reading

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