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  • 8 Things to Not Abandon in the Technology Age

    In this age we are constantly surrounded by technology, which can be good and bad. Being absorbed in our phones and gadgets 24-7 can leave us disengaged and isolated. Read along as Shelley Pulliam shares 8 things to not abandon in the technology age.

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  • Is the Man You’re Dating Right for You?

    Wouldn't you love it if there was such a thing as a "relationship detector" that could identify problems hiding beneath the surface? As Christians we have a "detector" inside of us—the Holy Spirit. Sometimes His signal is obvious, but we don’t hear it because we’re not listening. So just how do you know if the man you’re dating is right for you? Read along as Pam Kanaly gives you a "metal detector" test for relationships!

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  • What If There Is No Other Way?

    When our life is marked by chaos, trauma, or unforeseen events—and we can barely put one foot in front of the other—it’s not uncommon to want to hide in a closet somewhere until the storm of life passes. These difficult times make us question if we will make it through, but what if there is no other way?

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  • Can I Be Real?

    We are each exceptionally made, molded, and formed by the great Creator for the purpose He has chosen. He asks us to embrace our journey, our personality, our appearance and live a life according to His calling. Let's be real with ourselves and be who God made us to be.

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  • I Can't Fix It

    Are you struggling with things that seem to be out of your control? How are you supposed to overcome what can't be fixed, changed, or reversed? Read along as Pam Kanaly shares about her latest Bible study "I Can't Fix It" and how it will help answer the question, "What is God's job, and what is mine?"

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  • Five Shortcuts That Will Kill You

    Shortcuts make our life easier. By nature they are designed to “cut short” the time and energy invested in routine or mundane tasks. Who doesn’t love a good shortcut? But there are areas in life that you can't afford to take shortcuts. Read along as Kim Heinecke shares the five shortcuts that will kill you.

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  • People of Integrity Expect to Be Believed

    Maybe you’re walking through a situation that continually gnaws at you. Someone has belittled you, spoke negatively to others about you, or downright lied and misrepresented you. What’s the best way to handle it? Read along as Shelley Pulliam shares a few of the ways she's learned to help solve it or live with it.

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  • 10 Stress Relievers for the Single Mom

    Stress. We all deal with it from time to time, but as a single mom you carry a double load. So what’s a stressed-out mom to do? We can take steps to relieve our edginess—one “bite” at a time. Read along as Pam Kanaly shares 10 ideas that may help you.

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  • Letting Go

    Sometimes letting go comes easy for us, and other times we fight it. Letting go of our children can be difficult, but necessary. This is a season of change for many moms. Do you find you are you holding on to a child you need to release? Read along as Kim Heinecke shares 3 simple thoughts to encourage you as you "let go" of the current season and prepare for what is coming.

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  • School of Patience

    Do you ever feel like your patience is being tested? Read along as Shelley Pulliam shares how the true test of patience lies in persevering, character-building moments. Hard times times teach us valuable lessons about life, ourselves, and the faithfulness of God.

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