The Miracle of Adoption: The Wonder of What God has Done

I am constantly in awe of how God works through the miracle of adoption, so I’m excited to share my dear friend Kathie’s inspiring story of the wonders God worked in her family’s adoption journey! The Three Miracles of Our Adoption by Kathie Harris When some speak of the miracle of adoption, it conjures a […]

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Elohenu – Word Nerd Wednesday

For this week’s Word Nerd Wednesday, Katie asks us dome direct and deliberate questions about Elohenu, Our God. Elohenu: Our God This name of God, used often throughout the Bible, is used first in a very important moment in Israel’s history. The Israelites are enslaved, they are crying out to God and he hears them […]

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Rustic Hope: The Wonder of What God Has Done

I just know you’re going to be as blown away as I was by the wonders of what God has done with this pregnancy support system, Rustic Hope. In January, I had the great privilege of participating in an Elevate event hosted by The MountainMovers Podcast. I traveled up to Dayton with my dear friend […]

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When You Crave Connection but Hospitality Overwhelms

This week I have the great honor of sharing a story about what happens when hospitality overwhelms us and what to do about it over on my friend Sue Donaldson Moore’s great site, Welcome Heart. I crave connection, but I don’t consider myself particularly gifted at hospitality. That’s because I often make hospitality too hard. […]

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5 Strategies to Stop Stealing God’s Glory

While I was in Kansas on a staff planning retreat with Planting Roots, I had an experience that made me wonder if I would ever be able to stop stealing God’s glory. It challenged the way I look at shining so others would come to know Him and ultimately giving Him all the glory. I […]

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When You Wonder if Lent is for You

I grew up Catholic, so Lent has been a part of my life for as long as I can remember. But lately, I’ve been surprised to see some of my Protestant friends sort of thumb their nose at the observance of Lent as something purely Catholic. In fact, many dismiss it as something vilified during […]

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