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Can Spending Time in Nature Make You a Better Bible Reader? I’m outside today, looking over the plot of earth that will hold our garden in a few weeks. Officially, spring is just a few days away, but the air carries a slight chill. Still, we’ve made it through the slog and slosh of winter, […]

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Nature, the Bible, and Knowing God

Every year, at the end of December, I printed the checklist. I tucked it into my Bible with optimism and resolved that things would be different this time. This would be the year that I would finally read through the entire Bible. I would miss some days, sure, but then I would catch up and […]

By Lindsay Cournia

To the Bible Reading Plan Dropouts

Grieving and Growing This past October, my baby girl went to be with Jesus. She was born at just 22 weeks due to a life-threatening condition that almost took me with her. It was a devastating and shocking loss, one that I am still processing daily. As you can imagine, this heart-wrenching goodbye ushered in […]

Words for Your Grieving Friend

By Taylor Cage

Anger at Home I punched our dinner once. Yep, full fist right into the fish fillet before me. The details flee my mind of why on earth I felt such burning rage at that moment in our home. All I know is, in my foolishness, I can destroy a whole lot more than our dinner. […]

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Don’t Tear Your Own Home Down

I lose earrings all the time. As a teenager, I got a second piercing in one of my ears just so I could still wear all my earrings that were missing their twin. As an adult, I let this extra hole close up. I thought I had outgrown losing my earrings. But I was wrong. […]

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What You Seek Becomes What You Treasure

Breaking Down Walls Tomorrow we launch our Seek First collection, inspired by Matthew 1-7. In this new collection, we have a Walk In Grace Matthew 1-7 journal, a Sermon on the Mount verse card set, and a “Seek first the kingdom” pen coming to the shop! Be sure you’re subscribed to our email list so […]

Breaking Down Walls

By Jessica Mathisen

February 14th is a day that is anticipated, and often dreaded, by many women, both married and single. The glory placed on the materialism of the day often overshadows the beauty of deep, abiding, perfect love. Store entrances overflow with chocolates and flowers and the waiting time at restaurants is doubled. For twenty-two years of […]

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Wooed By Grace and Love

“So, When Are You Going to Have Kids?” Someone asked me about kids at my wedding reception. Let that sink in. I’ve been asked a variation of this question at least once a month for the past eight years. I wish I was exaggerating, but if you’ve been married any length of time and find […]

By Rachael Milner

So, When Are You Going to Have Kids?

She’s living my dream… I thought to myself as I scrubbed the carrots in my hand and started vigorously chopping them. My blood was pumping full speed with a surge of jealousy. I had just finished mindlessly browsing social media while my soup broth simmered and my heart boiled with discontent. In the midst of […]

When She Is Living Your Dream

By Gretchen Saffles

Waiting is hard. I am impatient, and I also love control. It feels like I’m always waiting for something: completing the fostering license process, going back to school, my husband finishing dental school, or going on the next vacation. Always Longing for Something  One of the most difficult waiting periods of my life was when […]

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What Are You Waiting For?

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