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Sometimes, I be-bop along to the radio. I prefer my husband’s podcast or my own iTunes playlist, but sometimes the drive to the store is just too close to bother with any of that (I live 1.5 minutes from Wal-Mart). So the other day, I’m driving along and half-listening to the radio as I  hear

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On Sunday morning, I sat in a room with my brothers and sisters as is common each week. We joined together in heart and prayed to our Father, then joined our voices in praise to Him. Just before our period of singing was concluded, the song leader announced the final number, then instructed the male

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I still remember the day vividly: my oldest sister sat in front of the chair she’d place in my middle sister’s room, tweezers in hand. As a 14 year old, I was pretty terrified, but they kept saying it was necessary. My eyebrows had been living in an untouched, unkempt state, which every woman will

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Yesterday, we talked about hungering for the Word, and that’s necessary if we want to be faithful New Testament Christians. But today I want to move one step further. You see, it’s not enough to come together often and study God’s word often and expose yourself to the truth often. We actually have to do the

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Sometimes I’m pretty ashamed of myself. Most of those times come when I meditate on the suffering of Jesus on my behalf, which means every Sunday morning as I partake of His supper, I am pretty ashamed of myself. I’m ashamed that I let my attitude toward others be anything other than Jesus’ attitude. I’m

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Every other Wednesday, the newest show for women over at The Light Network releases. Usually, we have a guest on to talk about something that she is pretty knowledgeable about. For instance, we’ve had Melissa Starnes on to talk about crockpot cooking for our families, Hannah Giselbach on to talk about keeping the romance in

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One of my favorite places on all of God’s glorious earth is made of rock. It’s not a breathtaking emerald landscape, with a lake nestled between the sloped mountain range. It’s not even a sparkling ocean scene, with crystal waters flowing  into the welcoming white sand. My favorite place isn’t the magnificent, marbleized  Heirapolis, or

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