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November 28, 2017

How to Cultivate Relentless Hope

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Disappointment visited me two weeks ago.  She didn’t knock or ring the doorbell.  Her arrival was rude and unannounced.

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November 17, 2017

Finding Beauty in the Broken Places

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Sometimes it is difficult to find beauty in broken places, especially when we are hurting, broken, and stuck in a perpetual season of one difficult circumstance after another. Don’t miss this encouraging interview with April Christina as she shares just how she found beauty in the broken places of her life.

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October 2, 2017

7 Signs You’re Settling in a Relationship

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“He wants to live together first,” she said to me with hopeful optimism for the future. My young 20 something co-worker beamed as she talked about her then boyfriend. ”Noooo, don’t do it!” I was thinking, but didn’t say.

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September 23, 2017

The Polygamists’s Daughter

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One of more than fifty children of infamous polygamist cult leader, Ervil LeBaron, Anna LeBaron endured abandonment, horrific living conditions, child labor, and sexual grooming. At age thirteen, she escaped the violent cult, gave her life to Christ, and sought healing. Her story of healing and forgiveness is an inspiration to many.

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September 18, 2017

4 Ways to Recognize the Lavish Love of God Part IV

September 18, 2017 | By | 6 Comments

Sometimes you can sense a difficult day at its onset.  An argument, messy kitchen, and a snoozed alarm clock have all foreshadowed a few of my most challenging times. On more than one of those occasions my bad day has been compounded by an extra surge of estrogen.

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September 11, 2017

4 Ways to Recognize the Lavish Love of God Part III

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My youngest son almost died when he was three.  Naively, after a summer of swim lessons he thought he could just launch out into deep water.  Which is exactly what he did the moment I turned my back on him to tend to the oldest child.  

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September 7, 2017

5 Reasons Why You Can Trust God in the Storms of Life

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Ironically, before Charlottesville ever happened, my kids and I had a conversation about the Klu Klux Klan. In an effort to keep my kids reading during the summer I went to the local public library and loaded up on audio books for children. One of those aforementioned books was set in the South during the 1930s, Tru and Nelleby Greg Neri. We listened as the main characters formed an unlikely friendship and soon found themselves playing detectives in a case that turned far more serious than I could have imagined.

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