Kaelyn's Korner

Weekly column by Kaelyn Pfenning


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Many ills in society could be cured with thankful hearts.

Thankfulness recognizes what we have rather than what we want or what someone else has.

A thankful heart focuses on the positive, not the negative.


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Trusting the Lord through every stage brings peace.

As life is filled with change, the stability in knowing the Lord and Savior, Maker of heaven and earth, is indescribable.

The King of kings does not change like shifting shadows.


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Luke is getting so big and helpful.

Around 14 months now, Luke helped me this week by handing me clean dishes from the dishwasher for me to dry and put away.

He can show how old he is by holding up one finger, and he can point to his nose when asked where it is.

Rainy days

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Rainy days are some of my favorites.

As an introverted writer, I love curling up with a good book or thinking up story ideas—which are both rare these days.

Watching Luke, working and keeping house fill most of my time.

Nevertheless, I know there are times when I could pick up a book or a pen instead of my phone.

Scary movies

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Scary movies are not usually my cup of tea.

My husband Brad, however, enjoys most movies with original story lines and ones that produce emotion in him.


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I love the fall.

The cooler days are beautiful as the leaves change colors and coat the ground.

Luke enjoys the outdoors, particularly picking up leaves. His daddy, Brad, says maybe he’ll be a botanist.

I enjoy a cup of something hot to drink, such as tea, cocoa or cider.

The skies have been fairly clear recently.


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Unity is beautiful to witness.

The mutual coming together of a husband and wife, children with parents, families with fellow believers in Christ is supernatural.

Continued harmony often follows a biblical framework.


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Luke has a number of cousins.

This past weekend, my younger brother and his wife came down from North Carolina with their almost two-year-old son.

Since Luke is now walking, the two of them were able to run around together.


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We have been talking about love in various forums at church recently.

For the monthly women’s fellowship gatherings, we have been going through 1 Corinthians 13:4-7.

Often times, I think we associate love with feeling good or making others comfortable.


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