Author Archives: Wise Hearted

About Wise Hearted

As the heading of my posts, I desire to be wisehearted in all that I do. I, along with my husband are Member Care reps for New Tribes Mission, serving in 6 southwest states. We have served in two countries, Bolivia, South America then later in Papua New Guinea. I love the phrase, "Life is in Christ" because the years I searched for life were the most frustrating of my 69 years. At 35 an aggressive soul wining church knocked on our door. They shared the pure gospel, and after a few weeks of wrestling with my old sinful nature, I accept God's grace through His Son for me. Life has been an adventure since them, every day expecting God to more in my life so I can help others learn Life is in Christ. My husband and I have two children and six grand children and live in southern California.


Recently I was reading the Magnolia magazine in which Joanna Gaines writes this, “Authenticity can’t be copied, it can’t be false. ” She goes on to say, it seems to me that there are very few absolutes in this life, … Continue reading

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God Loves Seekers

——————————————————————————————————————————– People aren’t argued into salvation, but that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t be informed and educated. It also doesn’t mean you can’t have healthy , vibrant discussions or debates. Just keep in mind that (ultimately) it’s God’s sovereign power, truth, … Continue reading

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                                                       It’s Over! It’s over…all the boxes are unpacked, everything put in its place, pictures hung, former place clean, keys turned over to owner, scouted  the new neighbor for closest store, gas station, pizza hut and taco bell, (those last … Continue reading

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This past year I have felt my perspective slip often into the cynical cycle which made me see mud and not stars.  Or maybe it’s the other way around, I have viewed the mud of life and it made me … Continue reading

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Hope Street

This post has been sitting on my back burner for a while boiling over every time I read something on hope.   Here goes………. Returning back to the states after serving overseas carries its own stress. Where to live was one … Continue reading

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Safe Storms?

Floyd over at: wrote a post on storms and in the middle of my reply I thought why not just post part of my comment. I love storms.  In Papua New Guinea we lived on the ocean and could see … Continue reading

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It’s always a mess if you live across the street from houses being built.  Dust all over everything, roads being blocked and tore up with the heavy equipment it takes to build.  Everyday you can watch a new row of … Continue reading

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