Stalin: My Other Child

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I was 12 years old sitting in a big colliseum for a Student Life Tour when the video played. There were so many children on the video, and all of them living well below the poverty line. “For $32 a … Read More

Milestones

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Remember my post about my only birthday request from my hubby was to run a 5k? Well, when we ran it, I couldn’t even run the whole thing. We had to stop around a mile and a half so I … Read More

Pinky Promise

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I’ve been reading about the Israelites a lot lately. It’s always so aweing to me how I can read the same passage or verse of scripture over and over again, and God always uses it differently when He speaks to … Read More

Home Management Binder

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A few years ago, I came across this awesome idea on Pinterest for a home management binder. There were organized pages with to-do lists, ways to track your budget each month, and much more. Instead of buying the pages that … Read More

The Significance Of Firsts

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Our firsts. There’s a lot of significance about “firsts”. Your first tooth. Your first step. Your first word. Your first day of school. Your first big game. Your first crush. Your first heartache. Your first loss. Your first child. Your … Read More

Youth Ministry IS The First Step

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A few years ago I was eager to join a group going into a women’s jail every week to share the Gospel. Circumstances being as they were, I didn’t actually get to. Sometime last year, I was able to start … Read More

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