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Posts tagged “growth”

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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She Loved

June 29, 2017 | Gabbi Hartzell

At the beginning of this year, I decided that the word “love” would be my mantra. It would be the word to which I would give all my focus. I would strive to practice it and show it to all in my path. But, love actually found me where I least expected. You see, I thou...

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Mirror, Mirror

May 18, 2017 | Mary Lou Casada

It was a dark and stormy night… And I was traveling home from Indiana. I’d been to a Mary Kay function earlier in the evening and the road conditions that late – coming up on 11 pm - were miserable: a cold, steady, heavy rain, semi’s back to back in the slow an...

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A Candid Conversation

May 4, 2017 | Debbie Gilbert & Gabbi Hartzell

Even though we live in one of the most connected cultures of this day and age, we can still struggle with feelings of loneliness. In this candid conversation, Certified Counselor, Debbie Gilbert, shares what loneliness really is and what the goal is for us to be able t...

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Cancel The Rat Race

April 20, 2017 | Gabbi Hartzell

I am constantly moving at a fast-pace, checking off my To-Do List, and trying to conquer the world… or at least my world. Ah, who am I kidding, I am one of those girls who wants to rule it all :) But I digress. There are so many things I want to do in life and...

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Neon Signs & Blades of Grass

April 13, 2017 | Courtney Sidwell

I’m a fan of rereading books, re-watching movies. The first time is for the shape of the story, the scale of the world, the direction of the plot. The second time — and third time, and fourth, if it’s good enough — is for the details. The way the story is t...

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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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Spiritual Giant

March 30, 2017 | Mary Lou Casada

If only I were 6’3”! “Put a rock on that boy’s head! He’s growing too fast!” I always thought that turn of phrase was a little insane until my youngest, Will, grew eight (yes, EIGHT) inches in one year. Seemingly overnight he went from being my little boy to becomin...

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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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