Kathleen McCarty

Broken Yet Blessed

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He Did the Impossible

Most of us have seen Cecil B DeMille’s movie rendition of the Exodus. In the movie Charlton Heston portrays Moses. And who could forget the scene where Moses and the Israelites are trapped with the Red Sea in front of them and Pharoah’s army on their heels in hot pursuit. In that moment Moses and […]

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Doing Things God’s Way

This week we continue with our series examining worldviews. One of the most popular ones is known as pluralism. Pluralism says there are no moral absolutes, no definitive rights or wrongs. If it works for you, great. If it doesn’t, that’s okay too. One of the major problems with pluralism is that it masquerades as […]

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It’s About Relationship.

This week we examine a worldview that is pervasive in our culture, and that is hedonism. Hedonism is the belief that the only thing that really matters in life is how we feel. It’s a feel good, be comfortable and have fun mentality taken to its extreme. Adopting this worldview means that you will spend […]

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Ignorance Is Not Bliss

For the next few weeks, let’s examine some of the more prevalent worldviews and measure them against what God says. Every one of us has a set of worldviews. We’ve develop them over time through a variety of sources; our parents, schooling, the media, or church, to name just a few. The philosophy we’ll look […]

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God’s Plan

Do you feel like most of your days and many of your nights are so jam-packed with commitments and responsibilities that you’re no longer sure if you’re coming or going? Do you fall into bed at night in utter exhaustion, only to wake up the next morning and start the craziness all over again? Sometimes […]

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The Big Picture

How many times, as a parent, have you heard that familiar voice from the other end of the house calling out for you? “Mom, where are you?” “Mom, can you come here a minute?”  Unless you were involved in something that absolutely couldn’t be interrupted, you stopped whatever it was you were doing to answer […]

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The Gift of Laughter

As many of you know, I’m a breast cancer survivor of almost 25 years now. I’m so grateful for having had wonderful physicians and surgeons who attended to all of my medical needs with incredible professionalism, skill and knowledge. I know that being in their capable hands contributed significantly to my healing and well being. […]

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He’s Right There With You

Before I became a mother, I was one of those fortunate women who could sleep soundly through the night no matter what was going on — thunder storms, loud partying neighbors, the roar of trucks or motorcycles — nothing could stir me from deep slumber. Once my first child was born, everything changed, and it […]

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Indulge in the Word

Today, more than ever, there’s  a great deal of recognition of and emphasis on the importance of the kinds and quality of the foods we put into our bodies. We know that transfats can wreak havoc with our cholesterol levels. Too high of cholesterol levels can lead to stroke or heart attack. The massive amounts […]

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God’s Flashlights and Headlights

Have you ever considered what life would be like without the aide of lighting in order for us to see in the dark – headlights that help us keep our cars on the roads at night so we can safely reach our destination; flashlights that help us navigate through our homes when the power goes […]

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