2020 has been the year where nothing has gone according to plan or expectation. I literally brought in this year throwing up. The moment we turned the…
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Give me neither poverty nor riches; feed with me with the food that is my portion.
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A woman on her knees sobbed on the lawn of the National Mall in Washington D.C. this past Saturday. Next to her sat another woman in a wheelchair…
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Eighteen years of marriage and it just keeps getting better
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Restraining corruption by considering Christ
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This is a guest post by Kisha Dover. It’s Monday, January 13th 2020. The Sun is starting to come up and I am rushing in hopes to finish before the alarm…
Silence. I’ve been thinking a lot about that word, especially because the phrase "silence is compliance" is something I have seen a lot over this…
Some things I'm thankful for after four decades of life.
Would you defend the speech rights of those with whom you disagree?Everywhere you look, people are wrong about things. They are wrong about politics, vaccines, the presidency, faith, parenting, racism, and a who…
Last week some messy weather rolled into the Carolinas. Snow, sleet, 20-degree temps may be a wintertime staple in the upper half of the continent, but…
“I will rend the heavens, will you rend your hearts?” I have heard this in my spirit over and over the last several months, an invitation whispered from…
The previous post I shared was about the value of hardship and the blessing of discomfort. I wrote about fasting from food, and how doing so both…