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New Year=New Blog – sort of

Thanks to one of our friends, we have been given the ability to have a truer website. Instead of lifewiththefoxes.wordpress.com you can now find us at the simpler http://www.lifewiththefoxes.com All of our old content and blog posts are over there, … Continue reading

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Our New Normal

I had every intention of regaling you all with our Christmas exploits. The decorations were just the beginning. Our city holds a Christmas festival every year, Christmasville, and I wanted to share how much fun it was, especially for our … Continue reading

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Foxes Loving Christmas

We finally got our decorations up, which is always one of my favorite parts of the season.

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What Happened After Dinner

“Who is Aslan?” asked Susan. “Aslan?” said Mr. Beaver. “Why, don’t you know? He’s the King. He’s the Lord of the whole wood, but not often here, you understand. Never in my time or my father’s time. But the word … Continue reading

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You are not an appendix

I recently finished reading Skye Jethani’s “Futureville” and found it excellent food for thought. Early on in the book Jethani spends a lot of time discussing calling and the need to embrace a theology of vocation where we embrace the … Continue reading

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A bigger story

As we expressed frustration over why we aren’t in Tennessee yet with a friend the other day, she reminded us that God is telling a story that is bigger than us. Right now, at Middle Tennessee State University, there are … Continue reading

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When are we going to Tennessee?

One of the questions I regularly field goes something like, “I thought you were supposed to be in Tennessee by now.” My internal response is usually, “I thought so, too”, but my external response is usually to fumble through some … Continue reading

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