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The Need for Everyday Joys When we named this collection “The Everyday Joys” Collection a few weeks ago, we had no idea what state the world would be in today. Amidst increasing health concerns with CoVID-19, cities and states practicing social distancing, toilet tissue running low, and everything else that comes with the threat of […]

Our friend Phylicia Masonheimer recently released a book, Stop Calling Me Beautiful: Finding Soul-Deep Strength in a Skin-Deep World, which our founder, Gretchen, endorsed. We love Phylicia’s commitment to God’s Word and we are excited to share this interview with you about her new book! We hope it offers a helpful preview of the book’s […]

Checking Boxes and Quiet Times They handed me a spiral-bound notebook and a Bible reading plan and told me to read my Bible for 30 minutes every day. Each day’s reading included two questions to answer. So, like a good little rule-follower, I did what they said. From seventh grade through my senior year of […]

Live With 20:20 Vision This Year Posts are popping up all around the internet today about living your best year yet and pursuing your dreams. Many of them claim the mantra “new year, new you” and proclaim that today is the day to hustle and make “it” happen. You might be reading them with an […]

About Kupendwa Ministries “For many women in Uganda, childbirth often means death – death for the mother, child, or both. Many times, childbirth is not an exciting event or a time to look forward to – it is a time to fear and dread. We know that the only source of true peace, comfort, hope, […]

My first year planting a garden was a catastrophe. I bought my plants, excited to watch them grow throughout the year. I added some soil to the little plot in my backyard and, shovel in hand, dug out a few spots for cucumbers and zucchini. A few weeks later, my plants were withered and dead. […]

Halloween and Your Heart Halloween is an ongoing topic of discussion among Christians every year when fall arrives. There are faithful, obedient ways to participate or abstain. There are also ungodly ways to participate or abstain. Strong opinions abound, and we pray you will search Scripture and be led by the Holy Spirit in forming […]

A Change of View A child’s world is small. I remember holding my tiny baby on our couch and my father-in-law said, “Think about how small his world is. To him, this house is the entire world. All he knows is wake up, be fed, and go to sleep again.” As children grow older, their […]

Introduce yourself as if we were on a coffee date! Tell us about yourself. Would you be drinking coffee or tea? Hey girl—I’m Rebecca Dotson George! If we were sitting across from one another I would, without a doubt, have a double dirty chai latte in my hand. I’m a newlywed pastor’s wife and married […]

A New Way to Pray With the early morning sunlight shining on my desk, I sat in my office chair with my head propped up in my hands as I attempted to pray. Each morning I mumbled a quick prayer between moments of drifting off to sleep. My prayers blurred and meshed together until it […]

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