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Kathy Burrus

burrusk@bellsouth.net

As a self-proclaimed Scrabble diva and spy novel aficionado, Kathy has always had a love for words. So when God gave her the idea to mesh craft supplies and Scripture, she thought it was, literally, a match made in heaven. Now, after seeing the Lord use this vehicle to encourage and disciple women over the past sixteen years, it is her desire for more women to try their hand at Scripture memory made easier by applying a little glitter and glue.

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Thisfeatured

This. This right here. I love to read that pithy comment on social media. I applaud not only the author’s ability to economize their words, but to do it without sacrificing meaning. Impressive feat- especially for a wordy soul like mine. But if you stroll through the concise book of 1 John, this pronoun pops Read more

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Fulfilledfeatured

Have you had a prescription filled lately? How about a restaurant order? Fulfilled a dream, an expectation, a commitment? Then maybe the word fulfilled seems familiar to you. Because it’s this word that seemed to jump off the page while I read through the gospel of Matthew. He certainly had it on his mind. I Read more

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Treasure Huntersfeatured

I’ve noticed that several of my favorite movies have a similar theme: treasure hunting. After all, who doesn’t love a journey with a huge payoff at the end? And so much the better if the way is peppered with thrilling adventures. But I was surprised to see how much these treasure hunts have in common Read more

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The Missing Piecefeatured

I have been blessed to have several puzzle buddies—those who will spend precious vacation hours leaning over a jumble of puzzle pieces in varying degrees of assembly. And it was on one such vacation as our puzzle was nearing completion that one of my buddies found– to her horror— that we were missing a piece. Read more

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