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The Knowing Place

It all began far back on a hill in a field about an acre from my first childhood home. Back then, it was an enchanted place for us kids and we called it 'Indian Hill', which would not be socially acceptable today. Back then life was simpler. I didn’t know it at the time, but I believe this special place to be the birthing of My Knowing Place.



I had to walk an acre or so and cross a crystal clear, bubbling brook. It was worth the walk in my creek sneakers, as mother…
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Added by Jan Lyn Lewis on 5th mo. 23, 2010 at 9:10pm — 5 Comments

Friends That Thirst

Many people of faith speak about dry or dark times. Even Mother Theresa was found to refer to what was called the "dark night of the soul." I often wonder about these times as Friends where there seems no vocal ministry to be found, no leadings and difficulty discerning abounds. They are the times where we find ourselves waiting and hoping to hear any voice from God.



About three years ago or so now, I found myself desperately seeking any potential sparks of light. I’ve come to… Continue

Added by Jan Lyn Lewis on 11th mo. 30, 2009 at 4:44pm — 3 Comments

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