He Leadeth Me

by Robin on February 4, 2012

Feb 1, 2012 He Leadeth Me By Robin Khoury I love old timey hymns, and He Leadeth Me was always one of my favorites. It is even one of the few songs that I can bang out on the piano. Yesterday the good Lord led me so clearly that I had to share it with […]

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One Reason KD Is So Nice

by Robin on January 11, 2012

When you spend a little time with Wanda Pratt, mother of OKC Thunder basketball player Kevin Durant, you understand one reason that her son Kevin is such A nice guy. Today Wanda was at Esther Women, the monthly luncheon for women of Faith at St. Luke’s United Methodist Church. Jayne Jayroe interviewed Wanda as well […]

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What Do You Call a Lemon With No Taste?

by Robin on August 30, 2011

If you get a car that breaks down all of the time, you bought a lemon. If you get stuck with anything that doesn’t work, well, you got a lemon. But what do you call a lemon that doesn’t work? A few days ago I made a batch of tabouli, ( a middle eastern salad […]

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George Mueller, Man of Faith

by Robin on July 29, 2011

Right now I am reading the autobiography of George Mueller.  God is using this book to teach me so many things. He lived back in the early eighteen hundreds in England. His ministry included Bible distribution, schools for poor children, Sunday Schools for adults, support of foreign missionaries in their work. His major work was […]

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I Am the Vine

by Robin on October 2, 2010

When I was in Israel I saw a lot of vines. I remembered what Jesus said. I am the vine, you are the branches.  Whoever Lives in me and I in him bears much fruit. However, apart from me,  cut off from vital union with me, you can do nothing…If you live in Me and…my […]

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Gardening With God

by Robin on July 27, 2010

The Lord always tells me stuff when I am watering my flowers. (That’s why if I’m not careful, this little job can do a scope creep that takes up my entire day!)  Here are a few of the gems I got today as I puttered around on my patio and in my yard. This hydrangea […]

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Children's Chores Teach Responsibility

by Robin on April 20, 2010

Teaching Kids to Work When They Are Young Builds Character, Teaches Responsibility I just got back from the Metropolitan Baptist Church MOPS group. I enjoyed seeing all of the young mothers that I was Titus Woman to last year, and meeting new moms! We talked about chores for kids, and how to help your children […]

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My Visit With the Carmelite Nuns

by Robin on March 16, 2010

I have been studying about Brother Lawrence for The Grumpy Monk and our newest book, Keep Calm in Chaos, which will be out in June. Since Brother Lawrence was a member of the order of Discalced Carmelite Monks, I did some online research on them.  Guess what?  Out of only a few orders in the […]

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Oh ain’t it lovely! Ain’t it fun!  My Granny used to say, “Man must work from sun to sun, but a woman’s work is never done.  I admit it. I didn’t want to fold those towels today. I really wanted to put them in the basket and dread them a while. Of course, this is […]

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Thoughts About Servant Leadership

by Robin on January 18, 2010

Yesterday at church, (Metropolitan Baptist in Oklahoma City) we honored our Pastor, Dr. Randall Faulkner. He has shepherded our flock for twenty years in a day when a hundred and fifty thousand pastors leave the pulpit every month and the average stay of a Pastor at a church is eight years. Thank God for men […]

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