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Active Faith

August 6, 2020 | Rachael Adams

I love reading success stories, don’t you? There’s something so inspiring and hopeful about seeing people live out their dreams and attain their goals. As we aspire to succeed in our own lives we look to them to see what they did well so we can emulate their actions to...

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The Goodness of God: Trusting God is Good Even When Life is Not

December 19, 2019 | Meghan Hacker

“And all my life You have been faithful. All my life You have been so, so good. With every breath that I am able. Oh, I will sing of the goodness of God” I accidentally broke my dad’s ribs once. No, really. When I was around ten years old, my dad was lying on the h...

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Picasso Jesus

February 15, 2018 | Mary Lou Casada

The Netflix -- and I always think of it that way: THE (pronounced “thuh”) Netflix, like I think of stores as THE Ross or THE Walmart -- The Netflix just may be another addiction passenger on my struggle bus. I find “comfort” series that I watch over and over (NCIS, an...

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Great Expectations

September 21, 2017 | Gabbi Hartzell

You know those videos of people who are walking or running and then fall flat on their face? That’s how I would describe my life. Always expecting things to turn out one way, but then taking a twist. And unfortunately, I don’t handle the twists and turns that gracefull...

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The Truth About Parenting

July 13, 2017 | Gabbi Hartzell & Mary Lou Casada

Parenting can be a challenge. We can often feel like we're doing too much or not enough, compare ourselves to what others are doing, and be so afraid that one decision can ruin our children's lives. As moms, empty nesters, moms-to-be, or mother figures, we can have so ...

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May 11, 2017 | Emily Hammons

If you’re like me, I’m sure you can make a long list of things you’re afraid of or worried about. It’s not hard. my my bed...crawling somewhere…. Ugh.Spiders, which are different than bugs, but just as nasty. They have fangs and too many leg...

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Bread & Butter

April 6, 2017 | Emily Hammons

I don’t just like bread; bread and I are involved. It stems back to my childhood. I have already confessed to being a picky eater. That applied to everything except bread. If it was in bread form, I would eat it, even if it was a vegetable in disguise like the pumpkin...

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Oreo Faith

March 16, 2017 | Emily Hammons

When I was in college, a friend of mine once told me never to pray, “God, increase my faith” unless I really meant it. Maybe two years before she and I had met, she had been desperately seeking God and desiring to increase her faith in him. During this time, she was in...

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March 9, 2017 | Courtney Sidwell

Growing up, no one told me that Bible characters were real people. Oh, they swore to me it all really happened. They were real in that historical way, but what I mean by “real” is people who were complicated, normal. The heroes weren’t always heroic. The good people we...

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