My Fear and Desire for Sisterhood

Do any of the following sound familiar: “Girls are harder to raise than boys.” “I get along with men better than I do with women.” “Women are so dramatic and catty.”   Perhaps many of us have heard these words, maybe even from the very women who have raised and shaped us over the years. […]

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In Her Storm, Be There

When they met me, I was a bit of a wild child – partying, drinking, smoking – hoping a buzz or hazy cloud would ease the pain. I was in the tail end of a terrible relationship. For 5 1/2 years – from freshman year of high school to sophomore year of college – love paraded itself as screaming […]

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Our Sisters Need Encouragement

Lately I’ve been spending less time blogging and more time prepping for back to school (this is my 3rd year teaching) and practicing a new hobby God has place on my heart – photography! Both have which have called me into the realm of placing others before myself. If I can be totally honest, with […]

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Me, Myself, and I: 3 Reasons Why We Avoid Accountability

Me, myself, and I. I can do bad all by myself. It’s all about me, forget about you. Worldly phrases we’ve all heard before that assert our independence from one another and our need to only be concerned with ourselves. But God calls us to a different standard – He calls us to live lives […]

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