Tag Archives: Laura Droege

Lying to Myself Never Works

[Today’s guest post is from Laura Droege, a wonderful writer who touches upon the vulnerabilities of life and the strength of faith.] *** Back in high school, I was unpopular with the boys. Seriously unpopular. I’m not sure they were … Continue reading

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Chivalry’s Death is Good News

I’ve taken it on the chin more than once when I’ve opined that chivalry is bunk. Some people respond that they like chivalry because it’s a reminder of good manners, some say it’s good for “gentlemen” to treat “ladies” well, and … Continue reading

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A quote on comparing ourselves to others

Originally posted on Laura Droege's blog:
My gym has a white board with inspirational quotes. Here’s one: This is a great thing to remember whenever we start to play the comparison game. At church this past week, the teacher…

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Chivalry is Dead? It’s About Time

[I’m guest posting at Laura Droege’s blog today about chivalry, the Bible, cats and P.G. Wodehouse. Here’s the first bit.] *** I’ve taken it on the chin more than once when I’ve opined that chivalry is bunk. Some people respond … Continue reading

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When Women Speak, Men Ought To Listen

[I am so glad to host Laura Droege. She’s a wonderful writer who touches upon the vulnerabilities of life and the strength of faith, and I practically leapt out of my seat as I finished reading this piece she’s given us … Continue reading

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Being Disqualified Isn’t The End Of The World

[Laura Droege is hosting me on her blog today. Here’s a bit from the beginning, and then you can click on over to read the rest.] *** I read an interesting passage the other day: No Ammonite or Moabite or … Continue reading

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The Amputation Of Fear

[Today’s guest post is from Laura Droege, a wonderful writer whose insights always build me up in knowledge and wisdom.] *** Throughout my life, fear has dragged me down. It’s like having a third leg: unnecessary, but attached so well that … Continue reading

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Happy 4th of July! (And why patriotism isn’t the highest virtue)

[Tomorrow we celebrate Independence Day here in the States, and I am running a post today from my archives. I also recommend you read Laura Droege’s excellent post on her experience at church last Sunday; she describes vividly what can … Continue reading

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The Lies We Tell Ourselves – a guest post from Laura Droege

[Today’s guest post is from Laura Droege, a wonderful writer who touches upon the vulnerabilities of life and the strength of faith. This post is but one example of how she can touch our lives by opening up her own. … Continue reading

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