Storyteller. Grace Dweller.

I’m Jennifer — wife of an Iowa farmer, mom to two girls, new book author. I believe in you, because I believe in Jesus. You matter to Him, and you matter to me. more »

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Tuesday 17th October 2017

You Have More Control Than You Think {FREE printables for you}

Free printable: what God *can* handle!

Does it ever feel like the chaos in your life might break you? Have you ever cried so hard over your circumstances that you thought you might run yourself out of tears? Me too. I’ve been there. The pain cuts so deep that you feel like your very soul has been sliced. You walk around ...

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Tuesday 10th October 2017

Don’t Wait Until Tomorrow to Say What Needs to be Said Today

what needs to be said

For the last few days, our little country church did what we do best. We rallied around our grieving brothers and sisters. The visitation and funeral were held under our steeple, and it was our great privilege to set up chairs, bring food, wash dishes, play music, offer hugs, clear tables, set ...

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Tuesday 3rd October 2017

God is Not Mad at You

God is Not Mad at You

God is Not Mad at You By Jeannie Cunnion One of my favorite verses in all of Scripture has always been Romans 8:38-39. And I am convinced that nothing can ever separate us from God’s love. Neither death nor life, neither angels nor demons, neither our fears for today nor our worries about ...

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Tuesday 26th September 2017

The More Things Change (An Autumn Reflection)

The More Things Change (An Autumn Reflection)

Just a little story for you today. It’s a reflection about fall, and mothering, and how in this world of change, we hold tight to a few treasured things that, thankfully, remain the same. The More Things Change a story by Jennifer Dukes Lee I see it all with startling clarity, right ...

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Monday 18th September 2017

the one thing we’ll never outgrow

the one thing we'll never outgrow

I was having a downer kind of day. Nothing major. (Sometimes it’s the little things, all adding up, that manage to bring you down.) I knew what to do with that kind of day. I drove to church to talk to my pastor. She’s a gem of a mentor, and has this habit of helping me […]

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