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Bible Studies, Studies for Adult Women, Opening Your Heart, opening your heart, Living in the father's love, Keeping in balance, Touching the divine, Discovering our dignity, Beholding his glory, Beholding your king, Fearless & free, Grounded in hope, Lent, between,
Studies for Young Adult Women, Beloved, Unshaken, Steadfast, Harmony, Perspective, Exhale, Keep in balance series, Keeping in Balance, truth vs lie, blaze core, blaze kit, teen, tween
Studies for Middle School Girls, Between You and Me, The BLAZE Year One Masterpiece Leader’s Guide is used in conjunction with the BLAZE Year One Masterpiece Kit.
BLAZE Belong program is a 20-lesson course designed specifically for seventh and eighth-grade girls. Middle school years can be tricky to navigate
Discovering My Purpose is a six-session Bible study designed for girls in their tween/teen years. This Bible study opens girls' eyes to their unique purpose, gifts, and God's love.
Between You and Me is a 40-day conversation guide for mothers and daughters, The daily reflection, opportunity to journal, discussion questions, and prayer prompts will springboard the mother/daughter relationship to a new level of honesty and intimacy.
BLAZE Middle School Ministry FAQs, mother daughter bible study books

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Remain in Christ the Anchor

2015 is here! I love turning to a new calendar page, using fresh notebooks with no markings, and looking ahead to limitless possibilities in the coming months. But the minute that someone suggests I make a New Year's resolution, I start to feel adrift. I become increasingly aware of all the things I am […]

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For Your Weekend: Transformed by the Holy Spirit

[…] but it's not in my nature. I need the power of God to go beyond my limitations to enable me to act in His strength. The good news is that He has given me that power through the gift of the Holy Spirit, and He has given it to you as well. This week […]

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God is Faithful: Don’t Be Weighed By Worry

[…] up the stairs, it occurred to me that its weight felt nothing like the heaviness that was sitting on my heart. I had been reading about world news this morning, and article after article brought me to prayer. ISIS, human trafficking, so much suffering…and it was just getting layered on top of the stories […]

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Step Into His Blessed Life

What do you think of when you think of soul-piercing beauty? Where would you go if I asked you to step out of this world for a moment and enter into pure, unadulterated peace?  When I find in myself the desire to leave this world for another, I long to sit in the eternal […]

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Things Could Be Worse

[…] is to focus on our circumstances, to keep our gaze inward and downward. Not the best posture to run the race set before us, is it? The world grows very small, and our vision fatally narrows when we do this. If we remain looking down, how will we see the finish line? If our […]

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Reality Frees Us From Ourselves

[…] lives. Frank Sheed, a Catholic theologian, said in his book, Theology and Sanity, “Seeing what the Church sees means seeing what is there.” When we see the world as it really is and interact with it how it actually works, our behavior harmonizes with truth, which brings on peace and guards against anxiety. The […]

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For Your Weekend: What Sets Your Heart on Fire?

[…] have come alive for us every time we read them. We aren’t going to have an amazing, mind-blowing homily every time we attend Mass. But the good news is that these things aren’t required for us to encounter Jesus in a personal way.  Theologian Peter Kreeft says, “The two disciples did not yet recognize […]

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Do You Want Your Life To Change?

[…] I can share mine. It was a solid yes. The solution Kelly offered wasn’t anything that I was expecting and certainly didn’t align with the solutions the world offers. He didn’t tell me to go to therapy, practice mindfulness, walk in the grass barefoot, or lose weight. (Which, for the record, are not bad […]

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For Your Weekend: Set the Advent Alarm

[…] Jesus knows the power of the snooze button. All too well. Do we remember the sleepy apostles in the garden of Gethsemane? He knows the hold this world and its creature comforts have on us. He is all too familiar with the temptations that the enemy uses to bind us to our sins. Stay […]

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Let Your Light Shine Before Men

[…] 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 concluding its coverage of the March 16 Atlanta spa shootings that left eight people dead—most of them women of Asian descent. As the segment […]

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