Jesus Glitter Blog

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You-nique

For as long as I can remember I have loved pretty shoes. I remember being little and doing what every little girl does, putting on and prancing around in my mother’s high heels. After all, didn’t putting on your mother’s shoes mean you were a mom too? My recollection of...

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Manna From The Carwash

There have been many times in my life that I have experienced God’s faithfulness in both big and small ways. I love how God provides for us, even before we are aware of our need. Have you ever had an unexpected need met by surprise?  One of those times which...

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Life Lessons From An Onion

The lesson an onion can teach us is quite powerful. Many times I have wondered if the onion could have possibly been the forbidden fruit. I know many think it is an apple, but it never says what the forbidden fruit actually was. Could it be possible the onion was...

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The Next Big Thing

We live in a world that is always looking for the next big thing, whether it is power, clothes, gadgets, music, celebrities, cars, or technology. We have been lead to believe the world always has something better to offer. I’m not saying it is wrong to like or to look...

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Run The Race

  Spring is back and along with sunshine and warmer temperatures comes a desire to hit the pavement. Winter was unkind and I have to admit, I didn’t do much exercising this winter. Remember when you were a little kid and how much you loved cold weather and bundling up...

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Flat Stanley

There was a project my daughter did in school called “Flat Stanley.” The purpose of Flat Stanley is to provide children with an opportunity to connect with other children or classrooms and create communication between recipients from all over the world. The method in how this project is done is...