The Battle of the Bulge and Other Body Image Wars

Published Oct 13, 2021

By Judy Episcopo  You would think at my age (61) I would have overcome any negative body image thoughts. Maybe I am better at it than when I was younger, but I still have body image skirmishes. These skirmishes happen to me more often than you might think, but when our culture is all about […]

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A Few Reminders…

Published Oct 5, 2021

By Nicki Koziarz Just a few reminders for your day … It’s a new 24, what happened yesterday doesn’t have to come into today. Grace is here. There is always something beautiful to find in each day, do whatever you have to do to find it today. Tomorrow, on this earth, isn’t promised to any […]

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Eight

Published Oct 1, 2021

By Courtney Corrente We are people. Not numbers.  In a society that places numbers on everything from grades to personal identifications, we can sometimes forget that we are more than just numbers. We are unique individuals who have value, purpose, and feelings.  When I was in eighth grade, I just created my first social media […]

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Honestly and Prayerfully Parenting Teenagers by: Kristen Leavins

Published Sep 28, 2021

Parenting. Teenagers. Or three-nagers (the affectionate name for 3 year olds). Wherever you are in the parenting journey, your struggles are real. Parenting is one of the hardest, ahem, “trials” you will go through and yet, it’s one of the most rewarding unpaid jobs ever. Let’s be honest. When we held our first baby, we […]

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Unproductive Silence: Making Space to Hear from God By Tera Lind

Published Sep 24, 2021

I couldn’t hear it. That still small voice of God. I laid in my backyard under the large cottonwood trees while the sun shone down, and the breeze rocked my hammock slowly back and forth like a cradle. The only sounds around me were a few birds in a nearby nest and the creek below. […]

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