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What I’m reading this summer

One of my favorite things about summer is finding extra time to read. The days are longer, there’s not as much go go go from one place to the next, I slow down my work, and my kids enjoy a lot more free play (aka, Mom gets to sit in a chair nearby with a (read more…)

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Freefall to Fly

If it were possible to feel an emotion when I went through depression several years ago, that emotion would have been surprised. I never pegged myself as someone prone to depression, and besides, I always thought depression meant crying, walking around feeling sad all the time, and triggered by something traumatic or heartbreaking. But since (read more…)

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Poem: What it is is Beautiful

Don’t we all ask ourselves: How can I be more present? How can I find more enjoyment in these days, right now? How can I appreciate what I have, before trying to rush on to the next stage of life? I wrestle with these questions all the time. I want everything in my life to (read more…)

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Bread & Wine

It’s time for April’s book o’ the month, one of my favorite features in our new posting rhythm here on the blog. And I couldn’t be more excited about this book if I tried—I wanted to read it the nanosecond I heard about it, and the contents within have completely lived up to my expectations. (read more…)

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You’re made for a God-sized dream (and a giveaway)

Note from Tsh: I first met my friend Holley Gerth several years ago, and every time I’m around this woman, I walk away a bit lighter. I’ve never met anyone so obviously blessed with the gift of encouragement, so I’m honored to let her encourage all of us a bit today. I absolutely love her (read more…)

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