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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Modern Day Idols: Are we smart enough to avoid them?

Modern Day Idols: Are we smart enough to avoid them?

By Rosalynne Martin Imagine if the mayor of your city rang your doorbell and requested that you immediately bring all your fine jewelry to the door so that he/she could melt it and build a statue of gold for the citizens of your town to worship. Wouldn’t that be the...

You Can Do Hard Things

You Can Do Hard Things

By Ashley Veneman I called out, “You can do hard things!” My five-year-old stood on top of the highest point in the rock climbing gym looking down with determination. “Just jump,” I called out. She looked out in front of her, put her arms in the air, and leapt forward...

Calm Instead of Chaos

Calm Instead of Chaos

By Donna Gaines I am not a naturally neat or organized person. I like things clean but can overlook clutter and piles…until I can’t. Do you know what I mean?  When you spend more time looking for something than actually using the item, you need some intervention. So...

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