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grace
I noticed a long time ago that there are heaps of books and blogs devoted to helping us navigate the troubled waters of dating, marriage, and family relationships, but no one is telling us how to steer through the rocky seas of wounded friendships. How do we handle the awkwardness that arises over a broken...
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There are few women I know who have a fiery passion to fight injustice and stand for truth like Leigh Kohler. Her love for Jesus and scripture and to see the broken redeemed permeates of all her speaking and writing. Leigh is the founder of the Freedom Church Alliance, a ministry working to end sex...
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In an age where we can easily compare our families, ministries, finances, callings, friendships, vacations, and physical beauty to others as we scroll through social media, it is easy to walk away feeling insignificant. The voice of defeat speaks failure over us when we compare our “feed” to someone else’s. It’s refreshing to know that...
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While most Americans look forward to October 31st for the traditional feast of candy and festive costumes, I anticipate this upcoming Tuesday as the anniversary of one of the most momentous events in world history. October 31, 2017, marks 500 years since Martin Luther nailed his 95 Theses to the door of the All Saints’ Church in...
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In the midst of one of the many sleepless stretches I’ve experienced this past year, a dear friend came over to help and said words that have defined this new season of life. She looked at my sleep-deprived and un-showered state and said, “Ain’t no ‘hood’ like the motherhood.” As her funny play on words...
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Women are generally characterized as talkers, feelers, expressers—it doesn’t take much for us to connect through conversation and spill some of our most secret fears and doubts.  But there are some struggles that go unspoken because they feel too shameful to share. Even me, who has prided myself on being authentic and transparent in my...
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If my people who are called by my name humble themselves, and pray and seek my face and turn from their wicked ways, then I will hear from heaven and will forgive their sin and heal their land. 2 Chronicles 7:14, ESV If someone had the cure for cancer, we would want them to tell...
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