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This article is part of our This Moment Matters series. Read previous articles in the series here: “Does This Really Matter?” by Gretchen Saffles “Being an Ambassador in Your Workplace” by Fernie Cosgrove “Why Your Local Church Matters” by Taylor Cage The first argument I ever had with my husband was about money. We were […]

By Laura Hardin

Surrendering Our Money to the God of Enough

This article is part of our This Moment Matters series. Read previous articles in the series here: “Does This Really Matter?” by Gretchen Saffles “Being an Ambassador in Your Workplace” by Fernie Cosgrove [Editor’s Note: We know that some of you have been hurt by the church (some of the women on our team have […]

By Taylor Cage

Why Your Local Church Matters

This article is part of our This Moment Matters series. Read previous articles in the series here: “Does This Really Matter?” by Gretchen Saffles The cold New England breeze woke me up as I climbed onto my bike. The coffee shop opened at 6:00 a.m., and there was a lot I needed to prepare before […]

Being an Ambassador in Your Workplace

By Fernie Cosgrove

Does this really matter?  The question crosses my mind as I scrub leftover casserole off dirty dishes, sit in the winding carpool line, pay bills, and switch the laundry over…yet again. What I don’t mean by this question is: Does it matter that we have clean plates to eat off of, that my kids are […]

By Gretchen Saffles

Does This Really Matter?

I remember attending youth camp years ago, so excited to get away from the suburbs and be in nature. Each night after our large group sessions, we would walk back to the cabin. The night sky was an inky black, so dark that it was hard to see your hand in front of you. My […]

By Jessica Mathisen

Fighting Anxiety in the Dark

I just unpacked the last box from my most recent move—what a relief! After months of feeling overwhelmed, living in chaos, and having endless to-do lists running through my head, it’s finally finished. No one enjoys moving, but for me, it’s always been a particular thorn in my side. Unfortunately, I’ve become quite the expert […]

Three Truths About God for Seasons of Transition

By Alyssa Cottrell

For a millennial in my late twenties, I was pretty late to the social media game. My parents erred on the side of caution when it came to the emerging digital landscape of the early ’00s. So getting my own email address in seventh grade felt like a big deal. (I remember being scared to […]

By Kati Lynn Davis

A Weapon Against Social Media Addiction

More than ten years later, my memories of the red couch, the clink of the crutches, the daily drive to physical therapy, and the return home to the same couch are still viscerally strong. I had taken a year off of graduate school and left my community of friends and colleagues, the youth group I […]

By Katie Blackburn

We Need to Notice the Lonely

“I thought I’d be over this by now!” Whitney* exclaimed as she sat at my kitchen table. It’s been two years since Whitney started going to counseling. And while the presenting issue at the time had nothing to do with sexual sin, the journey to get healthy in one area of her life shed light […]

The Long Battle Against Sexual Sin

By Ashley Chesnut

If you’re like me, you probably make prayer too complicated. For a long time, I thought I needed to get things in order before I really made progress in prayer. I felt like I needed a lock-tight theological definition for what prayer was, an understanding of the different types and traditions of prayer (and when […]

By Laura Wifler

By Grace We (and Our Kids) Pray

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