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Cleanliness isn’t next to godliness like Love is.
We are the ones who provide our people with tools to grow, and narratives to make sense of a world that can be hostile and frightening.
You’re the one rescued — you can’t rescue anybody. You only get to hold on to the Rescuer.
Faith is this unwavering trust in the heart of God in the hurt of here.
With love, faith, and compassion firmly rooted in their spirits thanks to the power of story, they’ll be able to see beyond the headlines.
It’s not what you do every now & then, but what you do everyday that changes everything.
When a family works shoulder to shoulder through something, they find they can take on just about anything.
My truest calling as a follower of Jesus is to love God fully and others fully. How much more to show that than giving them my full attention when present with them?
Each letter conveyed encouragement, hope, and solidarity. Each story left one resounding impression—we are all in this together.
It was a day we called out entitlement in our home and waged war against it.
When you find yourself in the real deep end — that’s when you know He’s real.
Loving ourselves has a positive ripple effect on our families, our neighbors, our communities and the world.
What does it do to our relationships with other mothers when we assert that there is only one God-approved way to deal with all aspects of parenting?
A life of simplicity is had by simply letting go — on every level. Have Less. Be More.
In our days of instant information and knowledge at the click of a mouse, do we trust and believe God’s Word without question?
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