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Posted by | May 22, 2018
Book Review: Becoming a Welcoming Church by Thom S. Rainer

BOOK REVIEW Many churches are unwelcoming. It’s a myth to perceive that all churches are friendly when indeed they are not. By unwelcoming, I don’t mean that a church keeps...

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Posted by | May 14, 2018
Living Free Range on the Edges of Town

How homeschooling compels us to adapt wherever we are I live in a neighborhood that is on the edge of another town where the median home sale price for a...

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Posted by | May 10, 2018
Are We Including the Word of God to Inform Our Worldview Online?

What we miss when we don't include God's word in our online witness I notice how much I tend to look around for another book to speak to me about...

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Dorena-Williamson
Posted by | May 4, 2018
Book Review: Colorfull by Dorena Williamson

BOOK REVIEW "Seeing yourself is almost like a message. It's saying; you matter, you are visible, and you're valuable." - Christian Robinson   Why pursue colorblindedness when we can be Colorfull instead?...

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Posted by | April 30, 2018
Finding Our Way Through Conversations We’re Expected to Have

When we're stuck keeping our words to ourselves It is always a risk to bear the cross of Christ, to carry it through the procession of family dissonance. I find...

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Posted by | April 12, 2018
The Other Passion Next to Writing Is Creating a Quilt

When sewing serves a greater purpose as a respite from writing fatigue Last week, I was contemplating about the energy and time I put into writing, the unnerving pangs in...

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Posted by | April 1, 2018
Interview with Kate Motaung

A discussion about displacement, surrender, and landing in the center of God’s will Kate Motaung is the author of A Place to Land: A Story of Longing and Belonging, a...

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Posted by | April 1, 2018
Why It’s Impossible to Proclaim Christ and Deny His Word

God's word is settled and doesn't need to be made more palatable for the sinner These days, much of my time has been spent away from social media. Mostly because...

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Posted by | March 24, 2018
The Truth About Ethnic Names and Their Marks on Childhood

How saying my name over and over has become a routine When I was in fifth grade, my teacher decided to give me a new name because it was easier...

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Posted by | March 13, 2018
Interview with Emily Conrad on Justice and Heroism

A discussion about hope, faithfulness, and writing Back in winter of 2017, I came across an announcement of Emily Conrad’s debut novel, Justice. Here, we talk about what inspired her...

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