What Does It Look Like To Live Courageously? – Part 3 By Paige Winn

Author: Paige Winn The Courage To Share Your Story “True COURAGE is to tell the story of who you are with your whole heart” Brené Brown   It sounds so easy, but telling our stories honestly and allowing people see into our messy lives can be downright daunting.  It takes great courage to open up our […]

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What Does It Look Like To Live Courageously? – Part 2 by Joy York

Author: Joy York Truly Seen – Part 2 of a series on courage She walks into the room smiling wide, bravado and swagger in her stride. She notes the girls all around, the glances of judgment, the words and sound. Later she cries inside her room, the smile is gone, nothing but gloom. The false […]

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What Does It Look Like To Live Courageously? – Part 1 by Brittany Nelson

  “But Even If Not…” In Daniel 3, we see a story of immense courage from Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego, who faced a grave choice: worship King Nebuchadnezzar’s false idol or be thrown into a fiery furnace so hot even the guards nearby couldn’t handle the heat. The three boys chose to stand up for […]

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Giving Yourself The Grace To Grow – Sarah DeLotelle

Author: Sarah DeLotelle Luke 1:30-38 – The angel said to her, “Do not be afraid, Mary; you have found favor with God. 31 You will conceive and give birth to a son, and you are to call him Jesus. 32 He will be great and will be called the Son of the Most High. The Lord God […]

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Truth – Caroline Tiller

Author: Caroline Tiller The word “truth” is a really interesting thing to talk about these days. Depending on who you ask, the truth is either absolute or relative or maybe both depending on whether we’re talking about “truth” or capital-T “the Truth.” Myself, I would argue that “the Truth” is absolute, and found in the […]

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The Lord of the Storm – Paige Winn

Author: Paige Winn Have you been through a stormy season in your life?  It has been storming hard in my life lately, with unpredictable and unrelenting rain and fierce wind..  It’s been a rainy season, full of challenges and I have been feeling overwhelmed and powerless against it.  When it is dark and dreary, it […]

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The Vultures in My Mind – Natalie Weaver Busch

Every Monday I share a devotion, article, or video from one of my favorite writers, speakers, or ministers. Today’s post is from Natalie Weaver Busch’s blog – “Messy Mom: Making The Best Out Of What Looks Like A Mess.” Natalie writes about facing and examining our painful thoughts rather than avoiding them. “I don’t like […]

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