Author Archives: Rev. Carol Crawford Rowe

About Rev. Carol Crawford Rowe

Mother of two, Grandmother of six, Widow of two, Sister, Daughter, Friend, Minister and follower of Jesus Christ, Author, Lover of Life, Avid Reader, RN, Nurse Educator and Psychiatric Nurse, Retired Pastor, still in active ministry in the marketplace.

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Desperation Leads to Desperate Actions

A Guest Blog by Dr. Abigail E. Reynolds Mark 5:21-43 When Jesus had crossed again in the boat to the other side, a great crowd gathered around him; and he was by the sea. Then one of the leaders of … Continue reading

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Wandering in the Wilderness

Hagar and Ishmael were victims of their culture.  An Egyptian slave girl belonging to Sarah, Hagar became the substitute child bearer, when Sarah believed that she was permanently barren.  Now that Sarah was a mother herself,  jealousy had damaged their … Continue reading

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The Father Is Near

I was watching a family camping around the bend from us. The littlest boy, about two, was practicing his newly learned running skills. He raced across the road, in the half-shuffle, half-jog of the running toddler, then threw himself on … Continue reading

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The Cassock Doesn’t Fit

 A guest post by Dr. Abigail Elizabeth Reynolds   For as long as I can remember, I have wanted to be a priest, and  to wear a cassock. When I was about ten years old, my mother made for me priest … Continue reading

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God Used It For Good

Joseph could not have known, sitting in the bottom of the hole that his brothers had dug for him, how the story would end. Their jealousy had attempted to destroy him.  It is true that there were lessons that he … Continue reading

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Too Many “Shoulds”

  Wynne, one of my teacher friends, posted on Facebook a gentle admonition to parents, reminding them that summer is a time for relaxation and renewal for children.  Her words reminded me that freedom from scheduling and over-enrollment in activity … Continue reading

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