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She | Kelly Lubbee

Dead Dreams

Durban is clearly an inspiring city if I am now writing two posts since we’ve been here and Lee has already written a new song. There must be something in the water here and that’s good to believe because it’s hard to feel that way from the month that just passed. I am going to share this with full vulnerability and honesty – this does not mean I or we regret this decision and this does not mean we aren’t happy or full of hope. Quite the opposite. This means we  ...

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Hidden

While walking between the cupboard and the mirror as I got ready sometime last week, I spent those steps praying and chatting with God. I was telling him all the muddled thoughts in my head and asking questions and at one point in the middle of grabbing my mascara and applying it I found the need to kneel and soak in a revelation from Him. “You’re not hiding. You’re being hidden. It’s planned, purposeful and peaceful. You’ll have moments out in the front again,  ...

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Practicing the Presence

*Firstly, let me start with the fact that we now have a little toddler, toddling all over the place. This photo was of her walking in the front of church this weekend and raising her arms “in worship.” With that said… here’s my thoughts today. I have been on a mission to use less chemicals and waste so I ventured into town recently to get to a zero-waste store to buy some all-natural body wash. The one I chose to get had a faulty tap and so I started to fill my glass  ...

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Truly. Madly. Deeply.

“I’ll be your dream, I’ll be your wish, I’ll be your fantasy. I’ll be your hope, I’ll be your love, be everything that you need. I’ll love you more with every breath, truly madly deeply do” – Savage Garden Ah, just starting the post on a light note with these sweet love song lyrics. Because who doesn’t want to be loved – truly, madly and deeply? Last week I had the privilege of attending the Color Conference by Hillsong South  ...

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