Discipleship

What is Discipleship

My very first memory of someone trying to disciple me happened when I was about five years old. Dorcas, my cousin, was five years older than me, and I thought she was the most amazing person in the whole wide world. She could tell stories in such a way that I just wanted to stop… Continue reading What is Discipleship

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Meet Our Editing Team

Our editing team is the backbone, gatekeepers, and safety-filters for everything we create. We take our role as Bible speakers and teachers seriously and therefore want to do all we can to ensure we are communicating God's truth well and doing staying true to Scripture's intended message. That's where these amazing team members come in!… Continue reading Meet Our Editing Team

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Hardships and Trials, Mental illness

Admitting Depression

Many joke of 2020 was the worst.  But it was January 2021. I lived through the nastiest month ever. No lie. No exaggeration. I’ve had bad months or seasons before, where a part of my life was in disarray or reeling from tragedy or loss. But January 2021 had tentacles that spread and infected all… Continue reading Admitting Depression

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Relationships

When Setting Healthy Boundaries Feels Hard

God-honoring boundaries lead to increased health. Without them, people begin to hide, trust shatters, emotional intimacy decreases if not dies altogether, and isolation grows. When my daughter was younger, one of her friendships turned unhealthy and caused her considerable and consistent pain. She began justifying the poor behavior, telling herself the behavior didn’t, or perhaps… Continue reading When Setting Healthy Boundaries Feels Hard

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Resting in Christ

When Grace Erases a Record of Wrongs — Guest Post

Guest Post by Kristi Woods Sometimes I stand in the shower and recount hard conversations, rearranging them until they tilt in my favor. Oh, to heal the hurt I feel! But I’ve learned the danger of this practice and how refocusing on grace helps me heal. Many times, a thread of offense or unforgiveness can… Continue reading When Grace Erases a Record of Wrongs — Guest Post