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Raising Our Children to be Weapons of War

I pulled the glossy birth announcement from its pale blue envelope and instantly smiled. Nestled in a brown wicker basket filled with cozy white fluff was my friend’s newborn son. Psalm 127:4-5 was scrolled overhead in a fanciful font: “Like arrows in the hand of a warrior are the children of one’s ... READ the POST

The Anatomy of a Faithful Heart

Earlier this year, I shared my desire to get to the root of my anger and phone addiction. I shared how these behaviors were actually symptoms of a deeper problem, and that to solve those issues I needed more than a New Year's resolution. I needed a heart like Christ's. Many of you raised your ... READ the POST

The Change New Years Doesn’t Offer

I don’t know about you, but New Years is my JAM. Being a goal-oriented, list-loving, dreamer the weeks surrounding January 1st can feel straight-up intoxicating. There’s just so much hope and promise flying around! Naturally, I take full advantage of this season to dream and scheme and make lists ... READ the POST

Lectio Divina: What it is and Why I love it

Seven months after my daughter was born, it became clear that if I was to survive motherhood, I had to wake up before she did. At first, this seemed counter-intuitive, as what I wanted most was more sleep. However, God knew, when he beckoned me to rise an hour before the baby, what I really needed ... READ the POST

Handling Busyness Like A Christian

“If the devil can’t make you bad, he’ll make you busy.” I’ve nodded my head in agreement with this statement more times than I can count. Yes, I know all too well the peril of a busy life, the kind that keeps you running at a breakneck pace and leaves you crabby and anxious. I have lived life ... READ the POST


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