A Lesson in True Endurance

A Lesson in True Endurance

By Kathryn Mayo When I think about endurance, I am reminded of a moment from a few years ago. You see, I am not the variety of woman that throws kids into the car and then goes grocery shopping. Oh no. I text lists to my husband and let him shop in peace, with...
What Keeps Us From Our Bibles

What Keeps Us From Our Bibles

By Lee Stewart In the early days of motherhood, I developed a twinge of bitterness toward pictures of moms with Bibles and coffee cups in a serene, uninterrupted setting. Now that my kids are 11, 8, and 5, I am not so prickly on this subject. I still resist the phrase...
Embracing a Quiet Life

Embracing a Quiet Life

By Laura In the hills of Tennessee, where the river winds along, there’s a county so small that you’d never know it existed, unless you belonged to it.  There are old farm houses surrounded by hills of green grass, where cows graze. In springtime, daffodils grow wild...
Contentment: Is it really possible?

Contentment: Is it really possible?

By Katie Reno Contentment. I want to invite you to dwell today on this powerful yet subtle word. Contentment is defined as peaceful satisfaction. Let’s go ahead and talk turkey. Have you ever met someone truly content in life? I have yet to meet anyone experiencing...
Fighting Fear

Fighting Fear

By Bethany Golding “I see the gestation sack and the fetal pole but no heart beat. Don’t worry, it’s just too early to tell. Let’s make an appointment for you next week, and I’m sure we’ll be able to see it then.” “Don’t worry.” Two words that you can tell a brand new...

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