Sister Vicki Ali

Sister Vicki is an introvert extremely thankful to share life with an extroverted husband and three fun, older kids and a sweet senior Cocker Spaniel near Pittsburgh, PA.

Day Job: Website/social media and project manager for local county government.

Favorite Scripture: Psalm 103:8-17.

Articles by Sister Vicki Ali

The Best Distraction Story Ever

The Best Distraction Story Ever

A favorite bedtime book series I read to our kids when they were little began with “If You Give A Mouse a Cookie.” The series continues with subsequent titles revolving around...

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Laminate It in Your Heart

Laminate It in Your Heart

Last week as I was unpacking the Christmas boxes to decorate our home for the season, I came across an item that caused a sudden feeling of gratitude to rush through me. It was a...

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He’s Still Here

He’s Still Here

Today's Miracle Monday is a reprint from way, way back: 2012. It's an experience had by Sister Vicki Ali and her family. Fall is just around the corner. One of my husband’s...

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What a Rescue Story!

What a Rescue Story!

This past summer, our family visited Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore in Michigan, a park stretching roughly 35 miles along the northeastern coast of Lake Michigan. It was...

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Prayer Changes Things

Prayer Changes Things

It’s funny, I can’t remember what I had for lunch yesterday, yet some things instantly trigger memories so vivid in my mind’s eye that I see every detail of a past moment in...

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The Essentials

The Essentials

I've spent considerable time grocery shopping in my life, and I thought I was a master at it.  Supplying a household of five, including feeding ravenous teens and their...

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Sustaining Miracles

Sustaining Miracles

Recently, a morning devotional I read suggested Mark 6 for further reference. There you’ll find the familiar story of Jesus’ miracle of feeding five thousand people with five...

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Standing on the Promises

Standing on the Promises

Today's article is another installment in our series of childhood church memories. Today, Sister Vicki Ali recollects how her definition of "cool" has changed since she was a...

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