Open the Door

Open the Door

By Laura In one of my earliest childhood memories, I am sitting in a circle on the floor listening to a missionary tell us about Africa. She wore a colorful native dress and let us pass around trinkets from that faraway land. I remember very little from her actual...

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Rhythms of Rest

Rhythms of Rest

By Jenny Stricklin Just about the time the holiday season began, and the pace of life kicked up a notch, I took note of my emotions. I’d been on the verge of tears for a few weeks by that point. Depleted, discouraged, and discontent. I was uncharacteristically snappy...

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When You Are Hurting At Christmas

When You Are Hurting At Christmas

By Joni Shankles Christmas is a season of celebration. But when you are hurting, Christmas is also a season that can magnify pain or loss. An empty chair. An empty bank account. An empty soul. Celebrating is hard when your heart is breaking or your world is falling...

Just Be Faithful

Just Be Faithful

By Leslie Hollowell I’ve started this blog post on several occasions with a few other attempts at different topics. I had planned to write about mentoring at one point, which I pray will happen at another time. Another attempt was to write about “what not to wear”-...

Tethered

Tethered

By Kristi Hall A few years ago while living in Carlsbad, CA, we had the opportunity to hop in a hot air balloon and take a little ride. At the time, we had three boys under the age of 4. As you can imagine, with three different unique personalities, each responded...

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