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Propel Women: What’s next?

Since the launch of Propel Women here at Liberty University in Lynchburg, Virginia, this week, the campus has been abuzz with a flurry of questions, debates and discussion, filling the academic and residential hallways alike, beginning a conversation that is days, months, years, decades — and even centuries — overdue. 435 more words


Driving Desire

Be the driving desire of my life.

I wrote these words about five months ago:

“And so I embarked on a daily mission that has continued to this day: fervently, genuinely, boldly asking for a radically changed heart. 640 more words

a few last thoughts.

Not last thoughts as in the end of this blog. Just a few last thoughts as in the last {for now} of the things I’ve been reading/hearing that I want to keep track of. 147 more words

God My Savior

Flashback Day

It’s 3:37 pm and I’m still in my sweats. I haven’t brushed my hair or my teeth. I have tended to the needs of my sweet nine-year old baby girl, who is home with the flu, all day. 489 more words


BRAVE: Why It Takes Courage to Yield

It’s an inverted triangle.  A street sign.  It can keep you safe as you drive but you have to obey it.  If you are in a hurry and ignore it, chances are the outcome could be messy. 734 more words


I’m going through Beth Moore‘s Loving Well Bible study. Again. For the third time.

This is partly because it’s the study the director of women’s ministry at my church chose. 680 more words


In The Shadow Of Another Woman

Stop holding your breath. I am not speaking of an affair.

Several years ago, I dove into the Beth Moore Bible study “Esther.” One of her bullet points touched on being in the shadow of another woman. 812 more words

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