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Restless Study Week 6 — We Are All People Who Need People

Restless Study Week 6 — We Are All People Who Need People

If we’re going to love people well, we’re going to need God’s help! As Jennie Allen writes in the Restless study guide on page 118, Imagine getting to heaven and God saying: Before I laid the foundations of the earth, I thought of you and of the days you would live on earth. I planned out

Restless Study Week 5 — It’s Not Our Places; It’s What We Do In Our Places

This week we’re studying Restless Chapter 4 — Places. Honest to goodness, I thought Phew! We’re through suffering! Didn’t you? But, like Joseph, sometimes our places are really hard places! Maybe the places God has you aren’t painful or challenging. Maybe you’re exactly where you want to be right now. That’s just gorgeous! But, there’s

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Restless Study Week 4 — What if Your Wounds Help Set Others Free?

What if your scars point to a greater glory? — Jennie Allen This week, in Week 4 of our Restless Study, we’re studying a potentially painful subject: suffering. Jennie’s main idea this week is that “our sufferings could contain our deepest passions and the things we would most like to see healed around us.” Her

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Wonder Women: Navigating the Challenges of Motherhood, Career, and Identity

Whether to lean in or opt out, go to work or work from home, win the bread or care for the kids — even have kids or not — are the choices women in America today must make. And they’re not easy to make. For whatever you decide will affect a host of responsibilities, including

Are You Ready for the 21-Day Financial Fast?

If you want to be rich, change. Grow. Get organized. Make the decision that you want to prosper. Those are the lesson I’ve learned since I first created the 21-day financial fast. At the time, I was fasting from food when it occurred to me that the same concept of discipline and self-denial might be applied to people’s finances.

Restless Study Week 2 — God’s Story

This week I had the privilege of being a part of something absolutely miraculous and gorgeous. Messy, painful, broken, agonizing, and so, so beautiful. Along the way, I discovered that you can actually grieve and giggle at the same time. An agnostic Muslim friend I’ve not seen in 26 years shared her heartbreak with me.

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