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Choosing Joy When You're Not Joyful

I made my way downstairs after an interrupted night of sleep complete with tossing, turning, and far too many thoughts. Coffee and something with frosting were the only coherent mumblings running through my weary mind. 259 more words

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Walking in the Hard Places

Originally published by Deep River Books

The things that matter the most are the hardest to do. Nanette Kirsch found this to be true as she researched, wrote, and released  177 more words

Walking With God

The Current State of My Life

I’m writing to you from a cluttered desk and with a cluttered mind. I’m writing to you not as a writer but as a woman whose plans are being rerouted one by one, and she is like a GPS chanting “recalculating” while the car just keeps driving forward in the direction she didn’t plan. 756 more words


You May be Capable, but Are You Called?

This is the tale of a lesson learned the hard way—and you know how fun those are.

Our story begins with a heap of good intentions. 829 more words

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Inner Conflict (Part 3)

Last week, we discussed the mirror moment of our novel. While it’s certainly one of the more pivotal ingredients to great story, every writer has to step their plot beyond the mirror to produce a novel with HPV (happily-ever-after). 197 more words

Monday's Motivation


I can't do anything without colors

I love colors

I love colors

I love colors

No man is worth me stopping God in me

No mans pockets is worth stopping colors… 105 more words


What to Do When Your Past Revisits You

With ten minutes until the bell rang, sending throngs of teens, including my own, flooding through the middle school gates, I cranked up the air conditioner, pulled out my phone, and prepared to pass the time scrolling social media. 738 more words