Faith


There’s a lot I don’t know how to handle these days.   Does anyone know how to parent a toddler in today’s world? On most days I feel like I am stumbling around in the dark hoping I am at least getting something right.   The never ending flood of crazy news.   Challenges and stress at work. Time management. Volunteer commitments.   I currently find myself right in the middle of trying to serve, lead, and work in...

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We Make the Road by Walking Chapter 44   J ust reading this chapter this week was hard for me. No matter how many years pass by, no matter the books or blogs I have read, no matter how far I think I get at resisting the downward spiral of perfectionism and comparison — I find this idea that there is a healthy and mature way of loving myself is still so hard for me to grasp. But the Spirit teaches us a profoundly different...

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W hen sitting down to research this post, I decided I needed more time to work through these newer books on Feminism I haven’t really digested yet. So I am rearranging the order of the books I want to cover in this series.   In the process, I also came across an article today that immediately sent me back in time to painful memories of an experience I never thought my family would ever go through. This article documents...

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Tuesday Townhall – July 8, 2014

Tuesday Townhall – July 8, 2014


Posted By on Jul 9, 2014

H old on to your hats, everyone.   It has been a week of discovery around here! I have found so many treasures to share with you, it was hard to pick and choose which ones needed to be shared the most. Some of you may have noticed that over the weekend, I was able to put in a space on the blog that specifically corrals our Townhall Meetings into one easily found place. Just scroll over the “About this Site” Menu Tab...

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How Real Am I?

How Real Am I?


Posted By on Jul 3, 2014

We Make the Road – Ch. 43   Loving Others.   The simple message of this chapter. The simple message of the Gospel. Living it out however? Not always so simple.    WHERE THE SPIRIT IS moving, love for God always, always, always overflows in love for neighbor. And according to Jesus, our neighbor isn’t just the person who is like us, the person who likes us, or the person we like. Our neighbor is anyone and...

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  (This is the fourth and final addition to my homeschooling series. See here for Part 1, Part 2, and Part 3)   Many people upon finding out that I was homeschooled inevitably ask if I will homeschool my children someday. Growing up when asked that question my answer was always yes. My plan was to grow up, go to Pensacola Christian College, get a degree in education, find a husband, get married, and home-school my own...

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