Blog Archive: K Reynolds

The following blogs, if any, are all of the blogs published by K Reynolds @kreynolds

If you've ever run into me here in the chat room at CB (or if you've just gotten to know me), you're probably aware that I have a fondness for... No, I'm not talking about Dairy Queen or truffles right now! I have a fondness for...for... read more
417 words · ~1 minute to read · published May 22, 2009
Dear CB Brothers and Sisters, As some of you know, one of our brothers here at CB, Alight, recently received some heartbreaking news about his wife. She has been battling breast cancer and has had spots appear in her bones and on her liver. She is... read more
1016 words · ~4 minutes to read · published May 21, 2009
My students participate in what is known as "music circle" which combines teaching music skills with learning social skills and appropriate classroom behavior. Each second grade class meets with a music therapist for 45 minutes per week. The... read more
435 words · ~1 minute to read · published May 19, 2009
A few days ago, I wrote a blog called When God Says No in which I relate how when I was 16 I laid down my will before God in regards to the life of my dad. A few hours later, God took him home. Yesterday, I related a similar incident with a different... read more
703 words · ~3 minutes to read · published May 19, 2009
As a new day greets me, I am reminded of just how good it is to be alive! Not alive physically although that is certainly a very good thing to be I'm talking about being alive in Christ! What a blessed thing it is to know that God refused to... read more
284 words · ~1 minute to read · published May 18, 2009
As someone who was diagnosed with cancer last year as well as someone who heads up a group for people with chronic illness here at CB, I hear a lot about faith. A lot. I'm going to be very, very frank here. It is hard enough to deal with a chronic... read more
902 words · ~3 minutes to read · published May 17, 2009
The following is based on a true story my mother has told countless children over the years as she taught them about our Heavenly Father who loves and forgives us of our sins. My mother came from a large family of eight children. They'd lost their... read more
648 words · ~2 minutes to read · published May 15, 2009
I want to let anyone reading this blog know beforehand that it deals with disease and death. I realize this may be a sensitive andor uncomfortable topic for some which is why I want to let people know about the subject matter in advance. I slipped... read more
1188 words · ~5 minutes to read · published May 15, 2009
There is nothing profound or "spiritual" about this blog. It is pure fluff and if you have never become acquainted with me through my blogs or chat, this you may have little interest in this blog. On the other hand this might spark your... read more
535 words · ~2 minutes to read · published May 12, 2009
A little over a year ago I wrote a blog called Living Life As A Sin Survivor in which I expounded on an earlier analogy I'd made between sin and cancer. (See Cancer An Object Lesson On Sin) Yesterday I walked at the Minnesota Race For The Cure.... read more
439 words · ~1 minute to read · published May 11, 2009
I'm going to wear a cap today when I go to Race For The Cure. Other than a winter cap, it is going to be the first time I've worn a cap since September 30, 2008. Last year, I wore a cap or some sort of head covering for over six months...ever... read more
940 words · ~4 minutes to read · published May 10, 2009
Mother's Day will forever become one of those "cancer anniversaries" for me. Cancer survivors mark anniversaries. It's just something we do. We note the dates of our diagnosis, biopsies, surgery dates, chemo dates, radiation dates,... read more
549 words · ~2 minutes to read · published May 09, 2009
Humanity loves to debate. We love to take things apart and examine them minutely. We love to speculate. We're wired this way. It causes us to learn, grow, create and build. We need to be like this. Unfortunately, like everything else, things got... read more
940 words · ~4 minutes to read · published May 09, 2009
After work this evening I made the long trek to a friend's house. Early last winter, the motor went out on the windows on the driver's side of my van and my window, which had slipped down was temporarily "repaired" and locked into... read more
334 words · ~1 minute to read · published May 08, 2009
As I watched the day awaken early this morning, the song Your Name by Phillips, Craig and Dean came to mind. As morning dawns and evening fades You inspire songs of praise That rise from earth to touch your heart and glorify your name Your name is a... read more
351 words · ~1 minute to read · published May 07, 2009
Four second grade classrooms streamed out of the building and onto the playground joining a kindergarten class which was already out there. After a morning of testing, we were taking a much needed break right before our regular recess and lunch.... read more
308 words · ~1 minute to read · published May 06, 2009
Last weekend I went to the spring concert of an African music group which is a part of the music program of two local colleges. My husband works at one of the colleges and has been doing sound for this group since the program began 22 years ago. This... read more
831 words · ~3 minutes to read · published May 05, 2009
Earlier today I read a blog by Blessings2You called From Being A Babe In Christ To Being Faithful In Christ It reminded me of an old song written by Andre Crouch back in 1971. I was just entering junior high at the time this song came out. I was about... read more
241 words · ~1 minute to read · published May 05, 2009
It is no secret that I am currently driving "the car of death". I am no stranger to cars of death. The last car of death I drove had to be hotwired every time I wanted to start it. This happened as a result of my son totallying it on a... read more
827 words · ~3 minutes to read · published May 04, 2009
A few days ago, I posted the following picture in my gallery: Now while the "trainedeye" of a hunter such as Alight would not be deceived, those of us who are less observant or who only glance at the picture quickly might find that we have... read more
318 words · ~1 minute to read · published Apr 30, 2009
A song that's been going round and round in my head lately is "Come Thou Fount" as arranged and performed by Jadon Lavik. One of the verses says: Here I raise my Ebenezer Here by Thy great help I've come And I hope by Thy good... read more
800 words · ~3 minutes to read · published Apr 30, 2009
There are so many times when we want to "fix" things. Someone is hurting and we want to "fix" it. I've been guilty...especially recently of making this same mistake. I guess I got a good dose of my own medicine recently as... read more
571 words · ~2 minutes to read · published Apr 25, 2009
Christianblog.com is an amazing and may I say a bit unusualunique site in that while many come here initially to just blog, they discover this truly is a blogging community. That was a pleasant surprise for me! I stumbled upon this community back in... read more
980 words · ~4 minutes to read · published Apr 24, 2009
In the wee hours of the morning (for me at least), I attempted to send a PM to a friend here at CB. I typed out my message and copied it like I always try to remember to do. My friends here can attest to the fact that I get kicked out now and then.... read more
305 words · ~1 minute to read · published Apr 23, 2009
I have to confess that until it wasn't until my adult years that I started to hear people talking about someone having "the gift of faith" or being an "intercessor". You see, I grew up in a church which did not focus on... read more
1011 words · ~4 minutes to read · published Apr 22, 2009
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