Kaelyn's Korner

Weekly column by Kaelyn Pfenning

Nothing new

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Where we are today—personally and nationally—is a result of where we have been in the past.

Knowing history is important for shaping a better future.

My husband and I recently watched a movie depicting the harsh realities experienced by so many Jews during Nazi Germany.


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As a child, I remember enjoying Vacation Bible School (VBS) in Vermont.

So many fun activities and Bible lessons made the experience stand out as a special occasion in my memory.

This past week, our church family hosted VBS.

Spiritual warfare

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Our struggle is not against flesh and blood but against the spiritual forces of evil.

Angels and demons are encountered throughout the Scriptures, yet good and evil are not equal, but Jesus Christ has conquered. Nevertheless, in this world, we continue to struggle until Christ’s return.


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Luke is now 10 months old, and he has been walking for almost a month.

Our big boy is walking more than crawling and continuing to learn quickly as he explores the world around him.

One of his favorite activities is climbing our stairs.


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The warning in Matthew 24:12 is one to remember:

“And because lawlessness will be increased, the love of many will grow cold.”

As I read about what is happening today, it is easy to become hardened to the very real needs of others.

Nine months

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Luke has now been out of the womb longer than he was inside.

On June 10, Luke turned nine months old, and he is getting ready to walk any day now!

Just the other day, I turned around, and he was standing.

He has been practicing standing independently, cruising around furniture the right height and bouncing.

True and just

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This world seems to be spinning out of control.

For decades, those of us who have been born, raised or living in America have experienced prosperity beyond measure—even the poorest among us. Those days are quickly coming to an end as evil prevails unchecked and praised.

Proverbs 31

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Proverbs 31:10-31 says, “An excellent wife who can find?

“She is far more precious than jewels.

“The heart of her husband trusts in her, and he will have no lack of gain.

“She does him good, and not harm, all the days of her life.

“She seeks wool and flax, and works with willing hands.


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