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...
Living on Mission

Living on Mission

By Lindsey Wingo What does it look like to live a life on mission? Simply put, it is living in light of the two greatest commandments in scripture—“Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind… love your neighbor as...
Roads of Grace

Roads of Grace

By Jodie Frye It’s the beginning of another school year. And my two oldest (twins), well … they are high school seniors! Class of 2020. I’m honestly not sure how I’m feeling, other than this is the first day of the end, and the beginning, of something. And that...
Tarry with the Stuff

Tarry with the Stuff

By Jean Stockdale Trust me. You don’t know anybody who loved mothering more than I did. The only thing I ever wanted to do with my life was to be a wife and a mom. God gave me the desire of my heart when I married Craig Stockdale (45 years ago, I might add). Five...
Helping Our Children Avoid Identity Crisis

Helping Our Children Avoid Identity Crisis

By Lindsey Wingo “Beautiful girl, take care of yourself. No one else knows what your soul needs.” “Sometimes you have to follow your heart, no matter the consequences.” “When you’re filled with self-love you make better choices.” What is your first response to reading...

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