Fading Beauty and Durable Joy

Fading Beauty and Durable Joy

By Lee Stewart In 2018, I felt like all I did was hear about something new that was wrong with me. Nothing especially dramatic, but just enough to remind me that “outwardly we are wasting away,” and joy is more durable than youth. I’ve got a little more time left in...

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The Power of a Praying Momma

The Power of a Praying Momma

By Jean Stockdale Joshua called upon two men to go and “view the land, especially Jericho” (Joshua 2:1). In light of Joshua’s own personal experience as a spy, he surely sought the counsel of the Lord and carefully chose two men of valor with stellar reputations of...

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The Battle of the Mind: Learning to Walk in Victory

By Lindsey Wingo “The storms reveal the lies we believe and the truths we need.” Susie Larson When I heard those words I was standing at my kitchen sink washing dishes—listening to a podcast—and I began to weep. God was speaking so tenderly...

Craving Certainty

By Joni Shankles Like all humans, I crave certainty. I admit that in my own relentless search for predictability, I seek solace in the most unlikely things. Like math. With its rules and structure and repetitive rhythm of signs and symbols,...

Gratitude

By Laura Jones Have you noticed gratitude merchandise is everywhere these days? Several weeks ago, I ran to Target for some dish soap and was completely distracted by the dollar aisle. I couldn’t believe the Thanksgiving and Christmas treats were already out when it...

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