Monthly Archives: August 2016

What’s the craziest thing you’ve googled lately? Confession time: I may have recently googled “what football positions experience the highest rate of injury?” My seventh grade son Jacob is beginning his junior high school football career and I’d be lying if I said I didn’t have a few reservations. But I love football. Jacob and......
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**Find out how to win a free copy of anonymous: Jesus’ hidden years and yours by Alicia Britt Chole at the end of this post** Have you ever gone through a season where you felt anonymous? Unseen and completely unknown? Where all of the things, people, or tasks that made you feel important, significant, or......
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As I mentioned in a previous post I grew up in church, and I was a “good” church girl—fantastic at keeping the list of “things good Christian girls don’t do.” You know that list: don’t party, don’t cuss, don’t wear two-piece swimsuits, don’t listen to “secular” music etc. And I never really knew that I......
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