A Tale of a Discarded Superhero Suit

There once was a woman who happened upon a discarded superhero suit. She stared at the shiny material. I wish I was a superhero, she thought to herself. Who am I kidding? I’m no superhero. Far from it. She threw the suit in the trash. Then she hesitated. What if I could be a superhero? What if I could

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Mental Illness and the Church

Annabelle sat in front of me, head in hands, sobbing as she relayed the events that prompted her to meet with me for counseling. She had been meeting with her pastor to discuss her recent struggles with anxiety and depression following the birth of her first child. After several months of praying over the problem

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Missions Monday: Clarkston, Georgia

Please pray for a former student serving in Clarkston, Georgia for the summer. Pray that I can continue to trust the Lord with my future. There is no need to be fearful, to stress about it or to worry. Pray for my heart as I am adjusting to change. Specifically as I have to say goodbye’s to my

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Honor the Emperor

Our women at church have been walking through Jen Wilkin’s study of 1 Peter and this past week we studied 1 Peter 2:13-25. At the beginning of our time I shared with our women about how bad I am at submitting to authority and how terrified I was to even talk about the topic of

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The Third Mile

 ***This post was posted on the Women’s Life Blog November 3, 2016. The further I journey into life as an adult and specifically as a wife and a mom the more I learn that this stage and these roles are best-summarized by the word again. Spending the day with little ones means that very little is actually ever

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