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December 28, 2021
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December 28, 2021
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I declare, prayers for my children, monthly, Ephesians 3:20, Hebrews, Jeremiah, Corinthians, Proverbs, Philippians, John, Deuteronomy, Isaiah, free scripture printables, Rest, I declares, printable

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December 6, 2021
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November 22, 2021
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October 28, 2021
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September 21, 2021
Our Patron Saint

St. Therese of Lisieux, the little flower, was gifted with the ability to take the riches of our Catholic faith, and to explain them in a way that a child could imitate. She based her doctrine on complete and unshakeable confidence in God's love for us and called it “the little way of spiritual childhood.”

St. Therese spent countless hours studying truths that had already been divinely revealed in Scripture which ignited a love in her heart for her Lord that was personal and transforming. As Pope Pius VII said, “She rediscovered the Gospel itself, the very heart of the Gospel.” There is much we can learn from her. We recognize that when a woman begins to open her heart to God, it's like the opening of a little flower. It can easily be bruised or crushed, and must be treated with the greatest of care. We gently introduce truths that can change your life.

We don't overwhelm you with spiritual lists of “to-do's” or intellectual study that can leave the heart out of the discussion. We want to keep it simple, but that doesn't mean it lacks power to transform.

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September 15, 2021
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September 15, 2021
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I declare, prayers for my children, monthly, Ephesians 3:20, Hebrews, Jeremiah, Corinthians, Proverbs, Philippians, John, Deuteronomy, Isaiah, free scripture printables, Rest, I declares, printable

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For Your Weekend: Your Outfit for Eternity

Dig Deeper into Sunday’s Gospel: Read Mat thew 22:1–14 Months ago, I splurged on a lovely dress that is now hanging in a plastic garment bag in my closet, unworn. I had spent countless hours thinking about what to wear to a much-anticipated wedding. Determined not to show up underdressed, I had been planning […]

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Shaking Foundations, Swinging Doors Open, and Unfastening Chains

[…] cells, what is the message we are sending to those who are listening? Are we spreading a message of hope or despair? Are we sharing the good news of the Gospel or the toxic news of the media? Are we pulling chains loose or tightening them? You see, we may not be able to […]

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For Your Weekend: The Fruit of Forgiveness Is…Forgiveness

Dig Deeper into Sunday’s Gospel: Read Mat thew 18:21–35 Peter approached Jesus and asked him, “Lord, if my brother sins against me, how often must I forgive? As many as seven times?” Jesus answered, “I say to you, not seven times, but seventy-seven times” (Matthew 18:21–22). How often do these familiar Scripture verses echo […]

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Balancing Expectations

[…] chauffeur and laundress. While I was disappointed in myself for neglecting my list, it was also clear that my expectations were a little high. Why in the world did I expect I could pour myself into so many others simultaneously while barely keeping my own life together? Hoping to find an answer to this […]

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Create Communities That Extend a Hand

[…] where women feel safe to come and drop their guard-seeking to know God better in a non-judgmental, supportive, and positive environment.' There are many things in the news that I leave to the experts to discuss. But the past few weeks, my heart has been so deeply disturbed, that I've been asking God if […]

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For Your Weekend: You Are the Temple He Is Fighting For

Dig Deeper into Sunday’s Gospel: Read John 2:13–25 Have you ever walked out of a church utterly moved by the worship? What about a church that left you wondering if worship occurred at all? What was each like? How were the two experiences different?  Last March, my husband and I went to France, and […]

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For Your Weekend: The Things We Can’t Fix

[…] was asleep his enemy came and sowed weeds all through the wheat, and then went off” (Matthew 13:25). When my children were young, the weeds of this world were more subtle than they are today; they blended with the good. Satan has a way of doing that. He disguises himself as an angel of […]

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For Your Weekend: Managing the Highs and Lows of Life

[…] of an overactive imagination. Three of them had been there and witnessed it together. There was something supernatural going on. There was a power at play—something other worldly—something inexplicable but nevertheless real. Could it be that God is just as much at work now as He had been then and that, in both cases, […]

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For Your Weekend: Christ Is King

[…] the same taunt over and over. It’s in Luke 23:35, 37, and 39. Save yourself. Save yourself. Save yourself.  But Jesus, the One through whom the whole world was created, the One whose will is holding everything in existence, the One who could call down legions of angels to defend and rescue Him, the […]

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The Gift of Sisterhood, the Blessing in your Brokenness, and the chicken bone in my car.

[…] And four years later? The number of women seeking a sisterhood rooted in Christ continues to grow. And not only in my community, but all over the world. We are starving for face-to-face relationship. We are broken and dying for healing. So there I was, staring at 100 women, all staring back at me. […]

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