Feb 232012
 

Is it sacrilegious to poke holes into a book that is known as a literary classic? I just finished reading Little House on the Prairie to my kids. It’s the first time I’ve ever read it. Somehow, though, I thought I knew all about the book series, having seen random episodes on TV of the […]

My favorites of 2011

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Dec 302011
 

These are a few of my favorite things of 2011… Blog Entryhttp://www.jonacuff.com/stuffchristianslike/2011/07/the-chase/#more-5357“I am a works-based assassin trying to kill the me I don’t want to be in the city of my life.”   I’ve been on a journey of grace this year as I re-learned what it means to be covered completely and only in […]

What’s Noel?

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Dec 242011
 

Sitting in church last week, my niece turned to me and asked, “What’s Noel?” We’d just sung it about fifty times in the recent song, and yet I couldn’t tell her. I immediately thought of this Animaniac song, though. (Here it is… my Christmas present to you!) So, back to the church service, I typed […]

Unpacked Boxes

 Posted by on December 16, 2011  Uncategorized  2 Responses »
Dec 162011
 

Well, we’ve officially moved to our sweet little home on a sliver of country. Moving was as big of a chore as I expected it to be, having moved our stuff around seven times in our 13 years of marriage, (as my brother pointed out while carrying a large piece of furniture out our front […]

Nov 292011
 

On the way to church, my 8 YO daughter was studying her memory verse. Isaiah 53:6 We all, like sheep, have gone astray,  each of us has turned to his own way;  and the LORD has laid on him the iniquity of us all. After a few moments, she said, “I think this is a […]

Who Was Hitler?

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Sep 272011
 
Who Was Hitler?

A president? A rockstar? When asked “Who was Hitler?” many people stuttered and stumbled through their answers. As my 9th grade history teacher Mr. McIntosh said, if we don’t know history, we are destined to repeat it. Please take 33 minutes of your day to watch this eye-opening documentary. Thanks!

Sep 112011
 

I was born a sentimental person. When my parents sold our old piano to get a new one, I asked if I could keep a key. Of course I couldn’t keep a key — the new owners needed it. But my six-year-old mind didn’t understand that. Life has made me much less sentimental. It could […]