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About Kay Pflueger

This author Kay Pflueger has created 96 entries.

Heroes: Jacob (Day 6)

The day of reckoning has arrived… Jacob and Esau are meeting face to face after 20 years of separation. Everything appears to go smoothly but has true forgiveness and reconciliation taken place? Hard to say. As I spent time reading about these two brothers, I found an article on biblical

Heroes: Jacob (Day 5)

The day of reckoning has arrived… Jacob and Esau are meeting face to face after 20 years of separation. Everything appears to go smoothly but has true forgiveness and reconciliation taken place? Hard to say. As I spent time reading about these two brothers, I found an article on biblical

Heroes: Jacob (Day 4)

I recall summers spent as a child attending Vacation Bible School. We made crafts, we sang songs, we heard Bible stories and we learned that Jesus loves us. One of the songs I recall from those days is the old spiritual “We are climbing Jacob’s ladder.”

Heroes: Jacob (Day 3)

I recall summers spent as a child attending Vacation Bible School. We made crafts, we sang songs, we heard Bible stories and we learned that Jesus loves us. One of the songs I recall from those days is the old spiritual “We are climbing Jacob’s ladder.”

Heroes: Jacob (Day 2)

I recall summers spent as a child attending Vacation Bible School. We made crafts, we sang songs, we heard Bible stories and we learned that Jesus loves us. One of the songs I recall from those days is the old spiritual “We are climbing Jacob’s ladder.”

Heroes: Jacob (Day 1)

This is the final act of Isaac’s life. It is time to bless his sons before he dies. One gets the blessing of the firstborn. The other does not. He has a plan. He’s going to give the blessing to the first born, Esau.

Heroes: Sarah (Day 6)

Studies have shown that laughter is strong medicine. It triggers healthy physical and emotional changes in our bodies. It strengthens our immune system, boosts our moods, diminishes pain and can protect us from the damaging effects of stress.

Heroes: Sarah (Day 5)

Studies have shown that laughter is strong medicine. It triggers healthy physical and emotional changes in our bodies. It strengthens our immune system, boosts our moods, diminishes pain and can protect us from the damaging effects of stress.

Heroes: Sarah (Day 4)

What’s in a name? Growing up I always thought it would be more glamorous to have my name spelled “Kaye”… with the “e” at the end it just seemed more feminine and I guess a bit flirty. But I was named Kay.

Heroes: Sarah (Day 3)

“Aren’t you pregnant yet?” How many times Sarai must have heard those words. My heart aches for her as I, too, struggled with childlessness. Those countless baby showers for friends, those baptism parties, those well-meaning questions about our plans for a family… all added pain to my already hurting heart.