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Helping Young People Through Change

“I need coffee because adulting is hard!” I read the above quote to my daughter, and she replied, “I need that!” Do you feel the angst of my eighteen-year old? She remains focused as a serious high school student, but, at the same time, is mapping out the next four years of her life. In […]

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100-Day Identity Makeover: Day 30

Day 30 You Are More Than A Conqueror (Romans 8:37) We easily adhere to the identity of more than conqueror on those days when we feel especially accomplished. Like when we met the weight loss goal or finished a six-month project at work. But what about the days we trod along the rugged path feeling […]

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Unshakeable Faith

At the beYOUtiful conference this weekend, speakers Marie Monville and Bethany Murdock spoke about an unshakeable faith. God’s daughters were encouraged! God Himself published a very bold and very clear reason for our walking in an unshakeable faith. Over the course of many years of studying His Word, it has become evident to me why […]

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Attention Parents: Your Child Has a Core Need

Did you hear the report coming out of the Cleveland Zoo that a parent dangling their two-year old over the cheetah exhibit accidentally dropped the child and then went into the animal’s habitat to rescue him? You can click on the link and watch the FOX News report here. The wild cats harmed neither the […]

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we take authority

What was supposed to be a sports physical with the doctor turned into a diagnosis of bronchitis along with a breathing treatment. Jordan was full of complaints by time the day ended. Now her foot that was injured during a camp activity was causing discomfort. And it didn’t stop there. She awakened me during the […]

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training

“God is educating you; that’s why you must never drop out.  He’s treating you as dear children.  This trouble you’re in isn’t punishment; it’s training, the normal experience of children.  Only irresponsible parents leave children to fend for themselves.  Would you prefer an irresponsible God?  We respect our own parents for training and not spoiling us, […]

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