Author Archives: SaraSchaffer

The Cross

Tweet He Beckons We are selfish. Christ was selfless. We are sinful. He is sinless. We hate. He loves. We try. He succeeded. We die; He died. He’s resurrected! We’re redeemed! He ascended. We await. He calls. I come. He … Continue reading

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Public Homeschooling Goes Viral during Quarantine

Tweet And what day of the week is it? It’s day four of “remote learning.” (Must mean that it’s Thursdayish.) At first I think my kids thought this would be a breeze since they already know how all the remotes … Continue reading

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“Why Did God Create Storm?”

Tweet 9 Spiritual Quotes & Questions from My Kids An Unapologetic Repost from 06/15/2014 Click the links for related Scriptures. Enjoy! “Why did God create storm?” “What’s the fastest way to see Jesus? Climbing a tree or swimming?” “Me with always is God.” About a … Continue reading

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Magic, I Tell You

Tweet A Simple Song When my youngest daughter was in preschool, I applied for the job of middle school choir director at her school. I really wanted the part-time job. I mean, most people would, right? Boys with changing voices … Continue reading

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Isolation? I Wish!

Tweet Tips for A Little Time Alone And so we begin week 59 of quarantine. What? This is only week THREE? Last week as I was writing about solitude, I kept getting interrupted by my teenager, my dog, my husband, … Continue reading

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CO Governor Appoints Grim Reaper to Enforce COVID-19 Compliance

Tweet Leader Unaware of Even Greater Authority In his press conference on Sunday, March 22 (which is like 7 months ago in Coronavirus time), Governor Jared Polis said: “There is no enforcement authority here. There is a far greater enforcement … Continue reading

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It’s Just An Illusion of Solitude

Tweet God Isn’t Social Distancing Years ago I went through an extremely lonely season. My first husband died in a ski accident at Keystone, and I suddenly became a 26 year old widow consumed with grief. I was a social … Continue reading

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Birds Are Fed Despite Grocery Shortages

Tweet A Quick Look at Matthew 6:26 Sunday, this was my local grocery store’s dairy section: The next morning, I stepped outside and heard birds singing. Immediately Matthew 6ish came to mind. A few minutes later, I looked it up: … Continue reading

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Parents of Tweens Thrilled by Social Distancing Guidelines

Tweet (a little satire from) Broomfield, CO Wayne and Melissa Lancaster are thrilled by the government guidelines to stay six feet away from other people. When twin daughters Lori and Lana turned 12, the drama in the house became untenable. … Continue reading

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A Desperately Needed Picture of Selfless Love

Tweet Men and women will naturally love themselves first. Husbands will have selfish ambitions, wives will manipulate. But in Christ, God calls us to live not in the curse, but the blessing. Many books and sermons exist that describe the … Continue reading

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