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Andrea :)

Beautiful songs! Love you too, Karen!

Lisa Risser

I don't comment nearly often enough--but I always seem to find my way to your blog when I need to feel uplifted or comforted. Thank you Karen--this was just what I needed today--God has a funny way of providing us with exactly what we need at just the right time.

Kathy R

Thanks friend. How did you know??


Love you too chica...thanks for sharing!


Come As You Are. My worship team sang this last Sunday and I know it will become a favorite.
My dear husband died in August and music and song text speaks to me and holds me when I can barely hang on. This is the first time I have actually responded to a post, so thank you for the uplifting and timely message.


Beautiful, thank you for sharing!




Needed this today, beautiful

Julie Pilch

Hope you are ok Karen, I can't imagine how hard it must be to cope with all the hurdles you have had to go through with poor Annies stomach problems. Big virtual hugs from the UK xxxxx




Thank you! Such a beautiful song and a beautiful reminder to all.

danielle muller

thank you <3


Always love what you're listening to. And I needed to hear this.
X to the O


Karen, I'm a long time follower of your blog and a previous student of your workshop. It's been awhile since I've visited but just wanted to say I thoroughly enjoy your posts. This one in particular made me smile. I love this song. I was able to listen to David Crowder in a church in our small town (one town over from Fredericksburg, Texas (and not to sound stalkerish, but I know you've visited there!) about a year ago. He is amazing. If you have a chance, listen to Thrive by Casting Crowns. It'll get you singing, clapping, and worshipping in your car, in your kitchen, and anywhere else life takes you. Thanks for being real!

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