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Wintery Waves

Posted by: in Rachel Skirvin on December 15th

The following article is from an occurrence that happened to me about six years ago. Though this article was written long ago, it was never published. And though it is not completely new, I believe like all things, it is happening at the perfect time. Journey back in time with me to a different year… View Article

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Patience and Pancakes

Posted by: in Rachel Skirvin on December 5th

  I have never been a great cook. I have always tried, but I generally fail at said attempts. One delicacy that usually frustrates me more than others are pancakes. Last night I watched someone make pancakes that turned out beautifully. I had pancakes this morning and they looked far from those. There is a… View Article

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The Beauty in the Storm

Posted by: in Rachel Skirvin on November 9th

  Just yesterday a storm blew through sunny south Florida. While we have faced multiple storms over the years, there always seems to be a sense of fear that is felt. Water sells out, bread flies off the shelves, schools shut down and there is a whole lot of uncertainty. The day before Eta, I… View Article

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Where Credit is Due

Posted by: in Rachel Skirvin on October 30th

I thought I was above credit card schemes, really I did. I truly believed with all my might that I had risen above what any creditor or catchy promotion could throw my way. I believed this, until… I had paid for a majority of my master’s degree tuition on credit cards and paid them off… View Article

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The Mark of an Excellent Spirit

Posted by: in Uncategorized on October 27th

From the book that bears his name, Daniel came to be the man we all know for his visions and dreams foretelling the fall of powers, and the rise of the Kingdom. His fame tends to reside in his interpretations and his miraculous deliverance from destruction. But there is another theme that is woven throughout… View Article

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