Move Toward the Mess – Possibilities Not Practicalities

We’ve spent the last few weeks reading about some incredible women who are moving toward some serious messes… Prisoners, Race Relations, and Crisis Pregnancy. But, can I be honest? Far too often I see practicalities instead of possibilities. My first instinct is rarely to move toward a mess. In fact, I’m more likely to take […]

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Word Nerd Wednesday – Doctrine

Misty Keith rejoins us to talk about Doctrine on this week’s edition of Word Nerd Wednesday. ********* What is Doctrine?  Doctrine is a set of beliefs held or collectively taught by a group of people. The group may range anywhere from a political/government group to a religious/congregational affiliation. Doctrine is a Middle English word dating […]

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Move Toward The Mess – Pregnancy Resources Center

I am excited to share my friend Martha Merritt with you this week, as talks about how she moved toward the mess by serving at her local Pregnancy Resources Center. I love that her story highlights how the intricacies of our creation clue us in to our calling. ********* Called to Motherhood I spent more years […]

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Word Nerd Wednesday Hermeneutics

Word Nerd Wednesday – Hermeneutics

I’m excited to have my dear friend Grey Zachary sharing her wisdom on the subject of hermeneutics for this week’s edition of Word Nerd Wednesday! ********* Hermeneutics Hermeneutic: (noun) the method and principles of interpreting literary writings. A biblical hermeneutic is the set of principles or the particular method one uses to understand and apply […]

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Make It Monday – Scrabble Photo Frame

I know it’s been a while since I posted a Make It Monday, but I just had to share this easy personalized Scrabble Photo Frame project with you! I usually hate gift giving. It is my least scored of the 5 Love Languages. Finding just the right thing on demand stresses me out. But every […]

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Move Toward the Mess – Racial Reconciliation

This week I’m excited to feature a friend and fellow writer who I’ve had the pleasure of seeing move toward the mess of racial reconciliation in our nation. It is a tricky subject to write about for a white woman, but it has been an honor to witness her sharing grace and hope in the […]

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