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Four Good Ways To Set Godly Boundaries

In Devotions, Inspiration by Kristen Dalton Wolfe3 Comments

There is a major confusion among christians on the difference between loving your neighbor and enabling them. We chide ourselves for being selfish when we feel annoyed at the friend calling us to help yet again, we believe that we should be self-sacrificing with our time and say yes to everything and everyone who needs us.

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Being Faithful In An Unbelieving World

In Devotions, Inspiration by Sierra Williams4 Comments

And I, in my abrupt moment of scholarly daydreams chose to be a part of this world, surrounding myself with people who worship the works of Ernest Hemingway and the awareness of social movements, having no shame in the female #nipple. No shame in cursing or using pornography for artistic purposes. No shame.

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Why You Shouldn’t Give Up On The Lost Cause

In Devotions by Kalyn Hemphill3 Comments

I have recently been convicted about giving up on people. People who seem like “lost causes.” People who seem to have no purpose in life or have lost their way. People who are addicted to drugs, alcohol and porn. People who struggle with mental illness or who have experienced or caused wounds so deep that it would take a miracle …

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7 Steps to Letting Go of Resentment

In Devotions, Inspiration by Tammy Hotsenpiller2 Comments

Resentment is written all over this story. The interesting thing about this story is that it is culturally relevant. The idea of a surrogate carrying your child is thought to be both chic and smart. Now I am not here to say whether it is right or wrong, just that like so many issues today, it has the potential to cause a spirit of resentment between women.

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How To Release the Pressure and Have Your Best Life

In Devotions, Inspiration by Kayla MooreLeave a Comment

Fixing your hurt with material things, showing your love through “expensive” gifts, or spending quality time with them by taking them to an expensive restaurant only masks the problem. It’s not only the little things in relationships, but it’s also the little things in life that we miss. We are often so focused on achieving that next goal or going after that big dream; we miss the little things during our journey that makes everything meaningful.