Self-Care and Hungry Souls

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...

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The Privilege of Missional Motherhood

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,...

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Foster Care, Adoption, & Unlikely Gifts

By Jenny Stricklin I vividly remember reaching out to touch her for the first time, nearly 19 months ago, my shaking hands evidence of my trembling heart. She was especially fragile because of her unique health concerns, and her tiny 5lb. frame...

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,...

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