Monthly Archives: January 2014

Helpless or Hopeful

By: Susan Bea Good “My faith is built on nothing less than Jesus’ blood and righteousness…I dare not trust the sweetest frame, but wholly lean on Jesus’ name.” The world will demand that we “trust” in their “sweetest frame”…the “less”…which … Continue reading

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Clear Confident Communication

By: Susan Bea Good Joni Eareckson-Tada…are you familiar with this precious Christ-follower? If not, you would be blessed to catch up on the life of this lovely lady. Joni became a quadriplegic after a diving accident in her teens. She … Continue reading

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Stamps.Com

By: Susan Bea Good I never take “No” for an answer…well almost never. This morning I opened my online bank statement and discovered a charge from Stamps.com. I hadn’t used them in weeks, and in fact had only used them … Continue reading

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A Real Good Bad Day

By: Susan Bea Good Today was definitely a very bad day! After fielding questions from four attorneys, and hearing hours of expert testimony, I witnessed my first-born son being handcuffed, shackled, and led away by two Sheriff’s Deputies. As bad as … Continue reading

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Get Walking

By: Susan Bea Good When my last child was a baby I walked a few times each week while pushing her in a stroller. The exercise was invigorating, and as a forty-something new mom I needed that! I’d like to start … Continue reading

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Mother and Child Reunion

By: Susan Bea Good Marlise Munoz was declared “dead” in November, after a blood clot blocked oxygen to her brain. To complicate this tragedy, her fourteen week unborn-baby remained alive another nine weeks before a Texas Judge ordered the removal of … Continue reading

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Abundant Ambiguity

By: Susan Bea Good Few people have the “black or white” perspective. These confident individuals have strong opinions about right and wrong, and usually don’t like to acknowledge the possibility of a “grey area.” One of my first college professors … Continue reading

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