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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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Pursuing Justice (and a giveaway)

If you’re like me, you might be a little hesitant to sit down over a cup of coffee and curl up with a book with a title like Pursuing Justice. It’s kinda like purposely choosing a documentary about the horrors of the sex trade industry for your living room date night. It probably won’t be (read more…)

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