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Marked By Moving

Are you enjoying this series? One of my featured women of faith will be giving away a special item for all my readers who are subscribed to my newsletter. Don’t miss out! I met Liz her freshman year of college. She was sporting overalls and swinging her keys on a lanyard. She said she wasn’t from anywhere, […]

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Marked By Uncertainty

I am so honored to be kicking off this special series with one of my oldest and dearest friends, Abby Anderson Perry. I’ve known her since we were in elementary school, since the days of slumber parties and Nichole Nordeman, since the days we stayed up all night “studying” in college. She’s been a roommate, […]

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What Are You Marked By?

Plagued by jealousy, fear, anxieties and comparison, women often go through their days feeling like everyone else is winning while they trudge through minute-by-minute just surviving. It’s isolating to look at others and see “different” or “better.” The best way to overcome this is to tear down walls, get nitty gritty in each other’s kitchens, […]

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When Light Shines in the Shadows

One day, you may find yourself in a thick cloud of darkness, and when it feels like it’s smothering you, you’re going to need to recall one of these stories to strengthen your faith. You’re going to want these answered prayers in your arsenal to shine light on the dark days you’re having.

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Pockets of Sunshine

I tuck away my “what ifs” and press into the long day ahead. I press in knowing I’ll need extra coffee, extra strength, and extra grace. I press in, knowing that the day will probably be full of trials and scant of “me time.”

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Seeking an Urban Faith

No parking between the hours of 6am-8am for street cleaning. My husband and I recently visited San Francisco where we quickly realized that street cleaning was a daily occurrence. This practice required moving our rental car from it’s prime parking spot every morning before the crack of dawn. We probably would not have taken these […]

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M&Ms and Meltdowns

I attempted to begin my daughter’s potty-training adventures this morning. The saga lasted just short of an hour and ended with a meltdown because I kept asking her if her pants were dry like a broken record. I found my 8 month old playing in a puddle that graciously turned out to be spilled apple […]

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He heals the withered heart

Matthew 12:9-14 (ESV) 9 He went on from there and entered their synagogue. 10 And a man was there with a withered hand. And they asked him, “Is it lawful to heal on the Sabbath?”—so that they might accuse him. 11 He said to them, “Which one of you who has a sheep, if it falls into a pit […]

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