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What Should We Teach Our Kids About Friendship?

What Should We Teach Our Kids About Friendship?

  People who know me say that I’m friendly and hospitable. Often, I’m asked to reach out to others because I have a knack for making people feel safe, cared about and loved. Extending hospitality and compassion to others is always a blessing, but may I let you in on a little secret? The reason

It’s Not Supposed to Be This Way: Dust

I grabbed my chest while tears slipped down my cheeks in an unending stream. The pain in my heart wasn’t physical. But the stabbing emotional hurt was so intense I could hardly breathe. My hands were shaking. My eyes were wide with fear. My mouth felt paralyzed. My life had gone from feeling full and

Jesus and Chaos | Girl, Wash Your Face by Rachel Hollis

Jesus and Chaos

Editor’s note: Rachel Hollis explores the joy-filled life in her new book Girl, Wash Your Face. In it she picks away at the lies that hold us back from reaching our God-ordained destinies. Today, we’re digging into the craziness of our daily lives that threatens to overwhelm us. Plus, today is Sit & Listen Saturday,

Where I Am: No Wonder He Is King

The King’s Eternal Reign: The Cradle, The Cross, and The Crown The kingdoms of this world have become the kingdoms of… Christ, and He shall reign forever and ever! — Revelation 11:15 No wonder He was a Carpenter. Cradled in a manger made of wood, He brought Christmas joy to the world at His birth.

The Choice is Ours: Believe the Old or Be the New

Behold, I am making all things new. – Revelation 21:5 The resurrection affects everything. When Jesus rose from the dead to defeat sin, death, and evil, he overcame everything affected by the fall. Jesus is the first of a kind, not only a new kind of person but a new creation: Then I saw a

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