Category: Books

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Friday 12th August 2016

if you’re feeling less than, left out or lonely

if you're feeling less than, left out or lonely

I do NOT like to admit this, because it makes me sound totally junior high, but I recently saw a Facebook status from an old friend that crushed me. It had this sort of veiled meaning, and it was cryptic enough to make me think that her words were an attack on me. I don’t […]

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Tuesday 9th August 2016

An Invitation to The Happiness Dare BOOK CLUB! – #tellhisstory

An Invitation to The Happiness Dare BOOK CLUB! - #tellhisstory

When I took the Happiness Dare, I didn’t take it alone. This dare has always been an invitation to all of us. It is an invitation into a rebellious hunt that will lead us to a soul cache. I believe the Holy Spirit is saying to each of us, “Pay attention. Savor the life God has […]

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Tuesday 15th March 2016

why we don’t ask for prayer, even when we should – #TellHisStory

if it matters to you it matters to God

I was sitting at the back of our country church, near the computer where you’ll find me many Sunday mornings. I had been assigned the duty of worship leader, aka Deejay J.D. Lee, so I was picking songs from our iTunes library. That morning, I needed more than a few good songs to play. I ...

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Tuesday 8th March 2016

if you’re feeling something other than amazing – #TellHisStory

if you're feeling something other than amazing - #TellHisStory

I don’t know exactly when I first felt like I was something other than amazing. But one of my first memories came when I was a first-grader. It was a warm spring day, warm enough that all of the kids had stripped off their heavy coats at recess and left them in a big pile. […]

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Monday 29th February 2016

The Secret to Being the Best Kind of Friend

The Secret to Being the Best Kind of Friend

As a teenager, I logged many hours babysitting kids in our tiny Iowa farming community. Early on in my babysitting “career,” my mom gave me a piece of advice that I’ve not forgotten. Mom told me that after I put the children to bed, I ought to go the extra mile by washing dishes, putting […]

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Tuesday 23rd February 2016

How to Find Quiet in a Swirling World

How to Find Quiet in a Swirling World

How to Find Quiet in a Swirling World By Kaitlyn Bouchillon The small moments can seem unnoticed, unheard of, unseen. Or maybe they’re none of these things, but they just happen to often get pushed aside. Big moments can get a lot of hype and it’s often well deserved. That doesn’t mean small is ...

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Friday 12th February 2016

On Love and War and 70 Years (& a book giveaway)

On Love and War and 70 Years (& a book giveaway)

On Love and War and 70 Years By Stephanie Rische The year was 1946. The Nuremburg war trials had begun. Wartime price controls were being lifted in the United States. And America’s boys were slowly trickling back from the war . . . including the tall, dark-haired Lieutenant Voiland, having ...

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