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Breaking Free

I’ve finally started reading a Beth Moore book for the first time, after hearing so many people rave about her over the years. And I haven’t been disappointed. 502 more words


Perfectly Imperfect

When I take a moment to consider the women I admire most, both on a personal level, my sister, mom, in-laws, and best friends, and on that other level, I’m not sure what you call it, maybe the ‘I don’t actually know her in real life, but I swear if I did, we’d also be best friends level, I realize that the draw I feel towards them and the glue that binds us is that of vulnerability. 326 more words


Inspirational Studies on Aging to Encourage Both Old and Young

Joel arrived home from Boston over the weekend bearing a Wall St. Journal article entitled “Why Everything You Know About Aging is Probably Wrong.” Now, I grew up in a home where the… 796 more words

Encouragements For Living

Day 18

Today Beth talked about deliverance – it’s not just about being delivered from something, it’s about being delivered to something. Think about it. What happens if you get rescued from the evil, forbidding fortress, only to be left right outside its gates? 275 more words

28 Days Of Truth

December 12

Who is Your (Real) Pastor? Part 2

Hebrews 13:17 Obey those who rule over you, and be submissive, for they watch out for your souls, as those who must give account. 558 more words


Day 16

Yesterday (day 15), Beth wrote, “Remember, friend: Long-term victory results from many short-term victories that finally collide, forming new habits.” This actually makes me kind of nervous, because I don’t feel like I’ve had many short-term victories over bingeing yet.  183 more words

28 Days Of Truth