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An Invitation to a Life Without Worry

Imagine what your life would be like without worry. That’s the first statement Linda Dillow makes on the back cover of her book “Calm My Anxious Heart: A Woman’s Guide to Finding Contentment. I read this book several years ago and recently the Lord prompted me to pull it off my shelf again. As I…

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How to Handle An Insult

The world offers many suggestions for how to handle an insult. I’ve tried a few only to find I’ve made a painful experience worse. Life is hard enough without self-inflicted pain. In this post, I’m going to share four ways I’ve learned to handle an insult and why I think they’re the best way. The…

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women, survey, women's ministry

2016 Women’s Survey

Ladies, I want to know more about you and the things that are important to you so I’ve created the 2016 Women’s Survey. It’s short and sweet with only 10 questions and completely anonymous! Your responses will be super helpful as I seek to serve the Lord as a writer, speaker, teacher, coach, and mentor….

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AFrica, mission trip, obedience

What I Haven’t Told You About My Trip to Africa

I leave for Africa in five days. It’s a trip I’ve always wanted to take and one that I’m sure will change my life forever. As I prepare to fly half-way around the world, leaving behind home and family for two weeks, I’m carefully choosing what to pack and what to leave behind. In this…

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My D-Day

Today is D-Day. I wouldn’t have remembered were it not for a reminder on my screen this morning. I click the link and read the summary unaware of the ambush about to take place in my own life. D-Day On June 6, 1944, more than 160,000 Allied troops landed along a 50-mile stretch of heavily-fortified…

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Parents Praying God’s Word for a Youth Mission Trip

A Youth Mission Trip has the potential to be a life-changing experience. I know my life was changed on a mission trip years ago and I’ve been privileged to see it happen over and over in the lives of many students since then. Months of preparation and planning are required for a mission trip but…

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