Dear Mama

Dear Mama

By Jodie Frye Dear Mama of a Middle Schooler, These years. Oh these years. They are like one long draft of awkward, fragmented, and blank-stare  sentences that some-miraculous-how come together in the end. Just the other day mine came home, devastated. Angry. Hurt....

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Prepare Yourself

Prepare Yourself

By Leslie Hollowell As a mom, I’ve discovered that answering questions is inevitably a part of my job description; especially, the questions that begin with “why.” Some days I’m pretty sure if I tallied up the number of questions my six year old asked me, it could...

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Self-Care and Hungry Souls

By Lee Stewart I always think of the King James Version of the Bible as the high-brow version, but there’s one verse in there that fascinates me because it seems like it’s trying to be funny. Proverbs 11:25 says, “The liberal soul shall be made fat.” And I picture...

The Privilege of Missional Motherhood

By Alli Hill Have you noticed a growing trend among mothers today of sarcasm and mommy memes making light of cliché parenting moments? We can all relate to the monotony and at times hilarity of motherhood. I’ll admit that I often laugh pretty hard at some of these,...

January Joy

By Jodie Frye A few weeks ago, I woke up to an invitation to be a beginner with my boys...at snow skiing. And though I don’t naturally gravitate towards slopes of adventure, I felt a sense of wonder at the whole thing. Besides, how bad could it be? We had a personal...

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