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An atmosphere of judgment instead of compassion shuts down the opportunity for us to stay connected to ourselves, and by extension, to others.
Happy, happy, happy weekend! Some real, down in the bones JOY to celebrate today! Links & stories this week 100% guaranteed to make you smile a mile wide & believe…
Don’t let this world keep you from clinging to Jesus.
Dear Kid Headed out into the World — You have to know how your unfolding from me was a miracle. That’s the miraculous thing about miracles – they really do…
Elisa Morgan is one of the most passionate, authentic communicators I have ever known. She speaks out of the deepest, most honest places of the soul – and my soul is…
Dear Mid-life, 40-Something Birthday — Blow out your dripping candles from the Dollar Store this week, circling there on your gluten-free birthday cake like a miniature candlelight vigil because there…
I said I trusted God but had reached the point where I realized I actually didn’t.
Ann Spangler’s first “real job,” was working in the editorial department of a Christian publisher. She was thrilled because it was a book—actually a series of books called The Narnia Chronicles by…
A lady flat-out told me today that she’s not going to live through what she’s going through. What if you’re looking for light at the end of a tunnel —…
Don’t waste anything that Jesus has given and multiplied.
I’m so grateful that God, in His tender mercy and grace, would not let me go.
People will always have opinions about you. But you live for God because He’s the only one who has intimate knowledge of you.
Peace happens once we accept God’s sovereignty in light of our inability to control the outcome.
Let’s talk — I’d love for us to get to know each other…
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