Category Archives: Lessons From Life

  • Rudolph’s Red Nose

    Posted on December 17, 2014 by lking in Lessons From Life.

    I was listening to Christmas music the other day when the beloved children’s song, ‘Rudolph the Red Nose Reindeer’ came on. As I was singing along, trying to remember the order of the reindeer’s names (is it Prancer and Vixen and Donner and Blizen or the other way around? I can never get that right). […]

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  • Faith like a Newborn

    Posted on April 2, 2014 by lking in Lessons From Life.

    I recently read a statement that likened faith to the dependency of a newborn. I was fortunate enough to see this statement in action the other day in my friend’s life. She has a 3 month old beautiful baby boy whose tangible adoration for his mommy is unlike anything else, except maybe her adoration for […]

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  • Stuck in traffic

    Posted on March 31, 2014 by lking in Lessons From Life.

    I was in a hurry to get to an appointment the other evening and of course stuck in rush hour traffic on Baltimore’s I-83, feeling as though if I kept checking the time it would somehow speed things along when in all actuality it only increased the feeling of panic. (Challenge: the next time you […]

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  • Running

    Posted on October 27, 2013 by lking in Lessons From Life.

    I decided to head out the door for my run without strapping on my iphone to play the current audio book or energizing music that typically accompanies me. There are two reasons that I leave my entertainment home, either I know it is going to rain or I feel a nudge from the Lord to […]

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