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What Gets You Up?

[…] is the thing: God is love, right? And this God who is love did some crazy things out of love for us, like taking on the whole world’s sins and willingly getting nailed to a cross. And after dying and being buried, three days later, He rose. Turns out, death could not hold Him. […]

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A Call to Prayer

[…] all things are possible. All things are present to God, all at once. He is above time, above knowledge. He is still in control of our spinning world. This is where our hope lies. I don’t think any verse addresses this better than 2 Chronicles 7:14: “If my people, who are called by my […]

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Walking Through The Fire

Years ago, in the midst of a crisis, my husband and I found ourselves with a very small window of opportunity to get on the road and head toward help. I don’t recall too much of that car ride, but this I do remember: the dumpster fire. Not the dumpster fire that was our […]

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The Wrestling

It's been said that worry is a misuse of the imagination. This resonates with me, probably because of my award-worthy ability to come up with worse-case scenarios and potential catastrophes. The Wrestling, the second part of Fearless and Free, is all about getting a grip on your emotions and thought life. Writing it didn't […]

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When Mean Girls Grow Up

[…] 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 ra ther just be around my guy friends.”   Now, as an adult, I could try to laugh off the silliness of that comment and the ignorance of  “my […]

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God is Calling: Will You Step Out?

There's a lot to be said for playing it safe. It's predictable, comfortable, and doesn't cause ripple effects. It gives us the impression that we aren't hurting anyone. We're neither hot, nor cold-we're coasting in neutral. But playing it safe can also leave us stuck in situations that are stifling for our souls […]

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Why We Need To Think About What We Think About

Many years ago, I agreed to attend a healing Mass with a friend. To be honest, I was afraid. I wasn’t sure I belonged there, or had the right to ask to be prayed over because I wasn’t physically sick. There was no terrifying diagnosis, no broken bones. I didn’t even have the sniffles. […]

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Litany for Decision Making

Are you wrestling with a decision you need to make, and aren’t sure what you should do? Do you wish the right choice was obvious, but instead feel that each of your options look equally viable? In James 1:8, we are warned against being double-minded. This means having two opposing views in your mind […]

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For Your Weekend: The Healing Touch of Christ

Dig Deeper into Sunday’s Gospel: Read Mark 1:40–45 I have a confession to make. About confession. I took a 15-year hiatus from participating in the sacrament of Reconciliation.  Having grown up attending Mass and going to Catholic school, I intellectually understood the consequences of this choice. At the time, however, confessing my sins just […]

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For Your Weekend: Do You Trust Him?

[…] will be devastating challenges. Can you trust that the Creator of the universe, the One through which all things came to be (John 1:10), who holds the world together (Colossians 1:17), and who breathed life into you (Genesis 2:7), desires to stand there alongside you through it all?  He can see into the future […]

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