Stand Up – Lynne Carter

Ok, so I’m not exactly technologically minded, and sadly, I’m not exactly intent on physical exertion either. So, you can imagine that the last thing you would find accessorizing my wardrobe is a Fitbit or any other such mechanism used to gauge daily movements. Of course, many people around me are wearing them, and I’m […]

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A Snapshot of the February Gathering

The February Gathering was filled with whimsical decor, macaroons, and festive teas. We were blessed to have Bailey Tiller lead us in a moving time of Listening Prayer. A big thank you to all the women who made this special night possible! We’ll see you at our next Gathering on April 13th!

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What Does It Look Like To Live Courageously? – Part 6 by Joy York

Courage- Trying to wrap my head around such a ponderous word, I decided to ask for a little help. I first asked some teenagers that I work with, “What is courage?”. Here are some of the replies: “Doing what is right when you know others won’t.” “Being afraid but doing it anyway.“ “ Choosing to […]

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What Does It Look Like To Live Courageously? – Part 5 By Lynne Carter

Author: Lynne Carter Pressing Start Me writing on courage is much like asking the Cowardly Lion to go retrieve the broomstick from the Wicked Witch. Oh probably tucked somewhere beneath my uncertain pile of fur and fluff is an untapped fountain of courage, but ultimately I’m mostly afraid to look behind the curtain of the […]

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What Does It Look Like To Live Courageously? – Part 4 by Juliann Terrell

Author: Juliann Terrell Have the Courage to Live your Journey “For in this hope we were saved. But hope that is seen is no hope at all. Who hopes for what they already have? But if we hope for what we do not yet have, we wait for it patiently.”- ‭‭Romans‬ ‭8:24-25‬ ‭NIV‬‬ It takes […]

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