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Saturday, 20th January, 2018

A Thousand Words: Be

Anybody make New Year resolutions? Whether you love or hate them, resolutions are typically something that people spend time talking, or joking, about at this time of year. Conversations often go something like this:  …
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Fearless Adventure: Encouragement for Setting Your 2018 Goals

I don’t know about you ladies, but 2017 was a rough year for me. There were so many changes in my life, so much stress, and so many tears and heartache; it was just not…
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Reborn From the Ashes of Sin

Set apart. Holy. No longer slaves to sin. Different from the rest of the world because of Christ.  This is our calling as Christians, but what happens when we slip off our set apart path?…
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3 Ways to Set Healthy New Year’s Resolutions

It seems to be the most popular New Year’s Resolution of all time: to lose weight.   We watch countless weight loss ads on television in between our favorite shows, and we see them in…
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New Year – New You?

As any year comes to a close, talk of “becoming a new me” is common. This year is no exception.   We look back at our year, or refuse to look back, and focus on…
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Reach For Success: Love Others With Your Dreams

As we pulled open the second set of large, wooden doors in Barnes and Noble, the mingled aroma of coffee and new books greeted my mom and I like the warmth of an old friend.…
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A Thousand Words: Longing

Christmas is coming. Christmas!   Just that thought makes me giddy with excitement. I love the holiday season! My heart just sings at the beautiful, aching anticipation of Advent, leading up to the joy of…
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De-Commercializing Christmas

Recently, I read Crazy Love by Francis Chan, and one overarching theme in that book is the crazy love of God and how our response to that love should be crazy different lives. I’m not…
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The Investigative Quiet Time (Part Two): Hunting for Comparisons

Read Part One of the Investigative Quiet Time Series HERE   “He’s as cute as Liam Hemsworth.”   “She can sing like Taylor Swift.”   Comparisons are a part of our everyday lives. When they’re…
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How to Survive the Holidays With an Eating Disorder

Disclaimer: I am not a mental health professional and I strongly urge anyone who is struggling with an eating disorder to get help by confiding in a parent, trusted friend, pastor, doctor or counselor.  …
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How We Can Overcome Our Hardest Struggles

Think about the “worst” sins you’ve committed. Maybe it was a porn addiction, the betrayal of a family member or friend, deceiving someone to benefit from self-interests, or maintaining a damaging relationship.   Now think…
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Gone to War (Part Two): Finding Your Spiritual Weeds

  Read the first post in the Gone to War series HERE   Bushes circle the inside of the fence on the eastern perimeter of my backyard. The original owner likely planted them for the…
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Loving Ourselves-How to Have a Healthy Self-Esteem – Part 2

Read the intro to the Loving Ourselves Series HERE Read Part One to the Loving Ourselves series HERE   When we’re not valuing ourselves the way we should, of course it is important to treat…
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Gone to War (Part One): When the Devil is Messing with Your Mind

  “For still our ancient foe Doth seek to work us woe; His craft and power are great, And, armed with cruel hate, On earth is not his equal.” From “A Mighty Fortress is Our…
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Don’t Hold Your Breath: 3 Truths for Overcoming Worry

Too often, my lungs burn from the pressure of holding my breath.   Will I marry? Am I loved? Will this friendship work out? What if that fear comes true? Have I failed?   Being…
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