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God's word is full of inspiration that can guide you on the path to developing deeper and more meaningful relationships with your husband children, and friends. All of which helps you build your community on a foundation of God's love.
Watching and Weeping

March 30, 2021

Did I ever tell you about the time I bought a homeless man lunch at McDonald’s? His name was Robert. And he cried when I called him “Sir.” That was over ten years ago, and to this very day, I wonder how Robert is doing. I’ve lived in both Los Angeles and New York City, […]

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Let Your Light Shine Before Men

March 23, 2021

The small television that sits on our kitchen counter between the knife block and the coffee maker was flecked with dried brown batter bits from my son’s attempt at making brownies the night before. As I carefully scrubbed the splatter with the corner of a sponge on Saturday morning, I watched the news, which was […]

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Find Freedom from Being a People Pleaser

March 2, 2021

Pretty much all of my life I have wanted other people's approval to a degree that hasn't always led to the best decisions. Wearing acid-washed jeans and curling my bangs sky high in high school come to mind as examples. This desire hadn't lessened when I moved to Germany as a newlywed. I wanted my […]

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When Mean Girls Grow Up

October 20, 2020

If you had told me when I was younger that I would be involved in women’s ministry as an adult, I would have rolled my eyes and laughed at you. I would have said, “No way. Girls are mean and unpredictable, and can’t be trusted—I’d rather just be around my guy friends.”   Now, as an […]

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Kick-Starting Real Change

September 1, 2020

Are you tired of your list of good intentions that never translate to action? How many times have you made a resolution (and really meant it) only to fail within a few short weeks? We’ve all been there. It isn’t that we aren’t aware of the ways we need to improve…but actually making the changes […]

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How to Walk in the Truth in Times of Uncertainty

June 30, 2020

“Nothing gives me greater joy than to hear that my children are walking in the truth,”(3 John 1:4). John the Apostle wrote these words to people he loved and led, and closed the letter by saying, “I had much to write to you, but I would rather not write with pen and ink; I hope […]

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The Cure That We Crave

June 2, 2020

If quarantine has taught me anything, it’s that there’s no escape. The quick and temporary cure to suffering that the world had so generously offered me in the past (yes, I am talking to you, TJ Maxx) is no longer an option. I have had to learn how to sit in the undesirable a few […]

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Shaking Foundations, Swinging Doors Open, and Unfastening Chains

May 19, 2020

We had a perfect plan set in place. We were ahead of the game. And we felt really good about it. Our Walking With Purpose parish program was set to wrap up in April. By March 1st, our fall courses had already been chosen, next season’s registration was getting ready to roll, and the details […]

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Peace in the Midst of Uncertainty

March 17, 2020

When unwanted and unexpected circumstances hit, we are faced with the unwelcome reminder that we are far less in control than we’d like. We’re reminded of our fragility and mortality, subjects we’d rather ignore. Philippians 4:7 (NAB) promises that “the peace of God that surpasses all understanding will guard your hearts and minds in Christ […]

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Balancing Expectations

March 3, 2020

So here we are, 60 days into the New Year, and I’ve already broken my New Year’s resolution. I can’t pinpoint the exact day it happened. It wasn’t as if I resolved to give up junk food, and then tore through a bag of Doritos while binge-watching Jane the Virgin one particular evening.  As well, […]

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