Monthly Archives: March 2016

The Footsteps of Prayer

Today I want to talk about prayer. This subject has been on my heart a lot lately because, as much as I discuss it, it’s an area of my walk where I feel I’ve always “fallen short.” One of my … Continue reading

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Three Ways to Face Gossip

Gossip. The mere word makes me cringe. It is a remarkably dangerous practice, yet is somehow treated with an inexplicable lightness. We laugh it off, justify ourselves in doing it, even encourage it in others. Yet what is more responsible … Continue reading

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In The Abundance of Violence

There’s a quote from the poet Richard Siken that talks about “the gentleness that comes, not from the absence of violence, but despite the abundance of it.” Today, we live among abundant violence. Turn on the news for five minutes … Continue reading

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Tips On Starting And Finding Success

We all have the capability of starting something new. Have you ever dreamed of being a person who does something unusual? Perhaps you want to be known past your own generation, perhaps you simply want to be known. Maybe you … Continue reading

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How Can We Be Fierce Political Advocates, Yet Still Love Others

With political conversations, it may feel like you can’t win. Either you stifle your opinions, or you voice your thoughts only for others to think you’re looking for a hateful debate. The way I see it- EVERY PERSON believes he/she is right. … Continue reading

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