Category Archives: Object lesson

Posture has Purpose

I went to a new doctor[1] yesterday. I’ve had back and neck problems all my life. Structurally my back is good, but I’m in constant pain—something I’ve just learned to ignore and live with, sadly. To a point, anyway. And then … Continue reading

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Gage’s Surprise

I had gifts set aside for every day they were here. My niece and nephew had come to visit me in Colorado and I’d accumulated a small hoard of gifts, some specifically designed to enable them to enjoy the day’s … Continue reading

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Fighting Fires

Two Helicopters fighting a fire in Wyoming, 2016. Photo ©Stacey Tuttle I was worn out. Exhausted. Empty. And I knew it. I had a list a mile long of “urgent” and “important” things to do, but a friend had called, … Continue reading

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When your enemy is disemboweled in front of you

We had a horse once that was terrified of hogs. Not so much of a problem in the arena, perhaps, but quite a problem out on our Texas ranch. He was such a lovely horse to ride, until he came … Continue reading

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Whisper

I recently lost my voice. I’m not saying I was a little hoarse, I’m saying, I lost it. Completely. No sound. For a week. (And then I was also, and still am, quite hoarse.) The interesting thing that I discovered … Continue reading

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Deepwater Horizon – Movie Discussion

Based on the real events of the worst oil disaster in US history, Deepwater Horizon is not only historical and entertaining, it’s also a sobering metaphor for our lives. Read the rest of the article here…and learn what foundation and … Continue reading

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The Shallows- Movie Discussion

In the Shallows, there’s a great little analogy for how we can give thanks for the hard things in our life, knowing God can use them for our good. When a shark attacked and had Nancy pinned on a little … Continue reading

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13 Hours – More Lingering Thoughts

Through my tears (literally), I wrote my discussion about 13 hours, but I just can’t let it go quite yet. I said the most important thing I needed to say, but there are other things, too. Things which didn’t fit … Continue reading

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What I Learned from a Hawk

The other day I decided at the last minute to go somewhere I hadn’t planned on going. It’s not so important where I went, other than the fact that it wasn’t my plan to do so, but more like I … Continue reading

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