Pain

10 Things You Need to Know About Grieving

May 5, 2017

  We just arrived back home from a six-week ministry tour. On this past trip, we were reaching out to many individuals on their journeys of grief. While we did, we were reminded of our own grief journey. Whether your life has been touched by grief or not…I believe this blog will be beneficial to…

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Heaps of Fear and Chocolate Bars

October 1, 2016

    Ahh, the weather is turning crisp, the leaves becoming a 3D canvas of vibrancy, and pumpkin, cinnamon, chai lattes and London Fogs—my personal favorite—are presented in the coffee shops everywhere. It means quality time with friends, Thanksgiving just around the corner, and while the outside is cold, evenings on the inside are filled with warmth,…

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Do You Really Trust God?

April 15, 2016

“Can you honestly say you trust God?”    This was the question she asked me…She was rightfully struggling with this tough question in her own life. When I heard about the heartbreaking circumstance she was dealing with, I could understand why. And I saw me in her. I felt her desperation. Her feelings of betrayal….

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The Best Way to Reach Out to Someone Who’s Hurting

March 2, 2016

  Although they were grown men, I saw raw pain on their faces. Some were being real, wiping their tears. Others looked as if they were attempting to keep their emotions at bay. I glanced at one older man who put his head back, the look of agony washing over him. Never before had a…

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Are You Looking for Happiness in 2016?

January 8, 2016

If you’re honest, you will admit you are looking for happiness in 2016. We all are–in different ways. Why do we create New Years’ resolution lists? We want to finally accomplish the things we think should bring us happiness. We all long to have a deep level of joy and fulfillment, yet, many times we deal with dissatisfaction or loneliness…

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When We Choose to Hurt for Others

August 7, 2015

      Our little girls walked up to the stage to sing at the women’s prison. Before they even began singing their first song, a number of the ladies in the audience started crying. I saw that our five-year-old daughter, Kyra, was noticing this, and before long, she turned around to me and said,…

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God’s Grace Isn’t Exhausted When You Are

May 29, 2015

  Why do we sometimes struggle to feel God’s grace during the extremely difficult times in our lives? When we are exhausted and hurting, why is it so easy to believe that God must have somehow missed us while He was dishing out His phenomenal grace on others?   When the bills keep coming in…

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Daddy Tears

May 1, 2015

  I walked down the halls of the hospital, and, although our visit was a joyful one, my emotions were a jumbled mess. I was visiting a friend and her newborn, yet, I was reliving years worth of memories…several special memories, but mostly overwhelmingly painful ones.       The mere scent and familiarity of…

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The Six Attitudes of an Overcomer

April 3, 2015

  Looking outside our motorhome windows, we could see the gusts of wind blowing the trees and the green grass on that clear, sunny day. We decided to do what our girls have been wanting to do for a long time; to get kites, and watch them soar up into the robin-egg blue sky. Since…

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Chai Tea and Front Porch Living

May 17, 2014

And it robs our joy, hurts our relationships, and hinders the life we so greatly desire. We desperately keep striving–seeking for MORE…more purpose to our life, more happiness, more meaningful relationships, more security, and more healing from all of the MESS in our lives. We look to our friends for identity, our spouses for companionship,…

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Duane and Cindy Mullett
PO Box 275
Penrose, NC 28766
Email:info@themullettfamily.com
Book Order Line: (828) 606-7507

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Email:duane@themullettfamily.com
Phone: (828) 859-7003


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